A health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPAA health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPA
A health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPA

Coronavirus: South Korea cases reach 7,869 as new clusters identified at call centre and dance school

  • Government urges high-risk organisations to take extra prevention measures, including remote working, staggered shifts and greater separation between office desks
  • It identified call centres, private academies, karaoke bars, computer cafes and sport facilities as among places most at risk

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPAA health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPA
A health worker sterilises a call centre run by the Gyeonggi province government in Suwon. Photo: DPA
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