S. Korea to designate additional high-risk nations to curb imported COVID-19 cases
Updated: 2020-07-15 17:05:03 KST
Moving onto the coronavirus outbreak here in the country
South Korea reported 39 new cases on Wednesday
Of these, 11 were local infections and 28 were imported.
Of late, imported cases have been outnumbering local infections.
To keep the situation under control, the authorities are looking to require arrivals from two additional countries to submit COVID-19 test results.
Already on the list are Bangladesh, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and the Philippines and Uzbekistan are expected to be the two due to be added.