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Asia Today: Seoul surge appears to spread around South Korea

San Francisco Chronicle 21 Aug 2020
Health authorities had managed to contain the virus in the Daegu region by April, ramping up tests and extensively using cellphone location data, credit-card records and security camera footage to trace and isolate contacts, which allowed the country to weather the outbreak without placing meaningful restrictions on its economy.
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Seoul surge appears to spread around South Korea

Stars and Stripes 21 Aug 2020
Health authorities managed to contain the virus in the Daegu region by April, ramping up tests and using cellphone location data, credit-card records and security camera videos to trace and isolate contacts, which allowed the country to weather the outbreak without placing meaningful restrictions on its economy.
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Virus Outbreak: Seoul surge spreading around S Korea

Taipei Times 21 Aug 2020
Health authorities had managed to contain the virus in the Daegu region by April, ramping up tests and extensively using cellphone location data, credit-card records and security camera footage to trace and isolate contacts, which allowed the country to weather the outbreak without placing meaningful restrictions on its economy.
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Seoul Covid-19 surge appears to spread around South Korea

Indian Express 21 Aug 2020
Health authorities managed to contain the virus in the Daegu region by April, ramping up tests and using cellphone location data, credit-card records and security camera videos to trace and isolate contacts, which allowed the country to weather the outbreak without placing meaningful restrictions on its economy.
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Turning crisis into opportunity: paragon response to pandemic boosts Korea's global leadership, innovative economy

Korea Times 22 May 2020
A medical team wearing protective clothing heads to the ward at the Keimyung University Daegu Dongsan Hospital, Daegu, March 23. The devoted medical community and healthcare infrastructure have been credited as some of the main reasons behind Korea's effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yonhap. By Do Je-hae ... Crisis into opportunity ... .
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Recovered COVID-19 patients test positive but not infectious, data finds

Ars Technica 20 May 2020
/ Medical staff transport patients of a sanatorium where mass coronavirus infections occurred to hospital in Daegu, South Korea, March 19, 2020. (credit. Getty . Lee Sang-ho ... Comments. .
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US military maintains coronavirus restrictions as South Korea edges toward normalcy

Stars and Stripes 07 May 2020
But U.S ... The daily count has sharply declined since surpassing 500 in late February and early March amid an outbreak in the southeastern city of Daegu. USFK, which has only reported 26 cases, including two soldiers, credits the strict anti-virus measures, which includes a ban on eating out at local restaurants and bars, for its low infection rate.
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COVID-19: 100 days that changed the world

Gulf News 08 Apr 2020
Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Health Secretary Francisco Duque (above) Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Most of the country’s cases are connected to the Shincheonji Church of Jesus in the southern city of Daegu. Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Image Credit.
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South Korean ex-presidential candidate on virus frontline

Deccan Herald 03 Apr 2020
When hospitals in the South Korean city of Daegu were overwhelmed by coronavirus patients, officials appealed for doctors to help, and among the volunteers was multi-millionaire and former presidential candidate Ahn Cheol-soo ... two weeks' quarantine following his 15 days in Daegu.
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Moody's may cut ratings for four regional banks, IBK Securities

Korea Times 25 Mar 2020
Moody's is considering downgrading ratings for four regional banks and IBK Securities, as their credit quality is expected to deteriorate due to the coronavirus-induced economic shock. The banks are Busan, Daegu, Jeju and Kyongnam banks, all of which are the most exposed to possible global contraction, the credit agency said.
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How South Korea flattened the coronavirus curve

Gulf News 24 Mar 2020
Image Credit ... Image Credit ... Officials also swiftly imposed emergency measures in Daegu, a city of 2.5 million where contagion spread fast through a local church ... Health officials would retrace patients’ movements using security camera footage, credit card records, even GPS data from their cars and cellphones.
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Living in the age of coronavirus

Gulf News 21 Mar 2020
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Travel guidance for countries affected by coronavirus

ITV 14 Mar 2020
People have been taking precautions following the outbreak Credit ... Daegu, Cheongdo and Gyeongsan have been designated “special care zones” due to the high numbers of cases in these areas, and the FCO advises against travel to these three cities ... The FCO has issued guidance for travellers following the coronavirus outbreak Credit ... ....
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South Korea sees more virus patients released than new infections

The Jakarta Post 13 Mar 2020
It was the second consecutive day trading had been halted on the main bourse, the first time that had happened since the US credit rating was downgraded in 2011. The number of new cases in Daegu, the southern city at the center of the outbreak, and the neighboring province of North Gyeongsang had declined "dramatically", officials said.
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Hundreds Line Up to Buy Face Masks in Daegu Suburb

The Daily Telegraph Australia 04 Mar 2020
A line of hundreds of people hoping to buy face masks stretched around a block in South Korea’s coronavirus-stricken Daegu city on March 3.
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