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Local court bans massive rallies on March 1st holiday to curb COVID-19 Updated: 2021-02-27 14:56:41 KST

To prevent further spread of COVID-19, a local court has banned large rallies on March 1st, a national holiday in South Korea.
Smaller-scale rallies of fewer than 20 or 30 people are allowed, but only under strict disease-prevention measures.
The rulings follow as some conservative groups have filed suits against the government for banning them from holding rallies on the holiday.
Last year, the country saw infections surge after massive rallies on August 15th, the national liberation day.
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