Mayor of Daegu, South Korea says city is in an “unprecedented crisis” after dozens of new coronavirus (Covid-19) cases were reported. The mayor is asking Daegu’s 2.5 million residents to refrain from going outdoors.
South Korea is new HOT ZONE…
Over 100 cases now#coronavirus pic.twitter.com/gOATqOUGyX
— 28 Days Later (@VGKnightinArmor) February 20, 2020
Cases increased by two thirds within 24 hr. period.
They are now where China says they were on Dec. 31.
In eight weeks they could be in similar chaos.
Daegu’s mayor has asked its 2.5 million residents to self-quarantine.
BREAKING: Mayor in South Korean city of Daegu asks people to stay indoors due to coronavirus – Reuters
— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) February 20, 2020
#Science Mayor of Daegu, South Korea Says City Facing Unprecedented Crisis Over Coronavirus t.co/g2DV2Vcn3w
— Patrick DESPERRIER (@pdesperrier) February 20, 2020
BREAKING: Mayor of South Korean city of Daegu urges its 2.5 million people to refrain from going outside as its virus cases spike.
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