South Korea: Life returns to Daegu streets as zero new domestic COVID-19 cases reported

Residents flooded the streets of Daegu city, which used to be South Korea's coronavirus epicentre, as the country reported zero new domestic COVID-19 cases on Thursday, for the first time since the outbreak was detected in the country more than two months ago. Footage shows the city's Dongseongro shopping area coming back to its routine life and a mall outside Jungangno subway station packed... Еще with visitors. South Korean President Moon Jae-in congratulated citizens as the country registered «zero locally confirmed COVID-19 patients (for the first time) in 72 days. Zero infections in the 14 days since the general elections,» Moon said in a statement posted on Twitter on Thursday.

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