South Korea reports only two new COVID-19 cases
Figures released by the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday brought national totals to 10,806 infections and 255 virus-related deaths.
The KCDC says both new cases were detected during screening at airports and that no fresh local transmissions were reported from South Korean cities and towns.While more than 1,100 of the country's cases have imported, such cases have declined in recent weeks as authorities stepped up border controls, such as imposing two-day quarantines on all passengers arriving from abroad.
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