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South Korea: no new domestic coronavirus cases, no transmission from election

Despite nearly 30 million people coming out to vote, South Korea's recent parliamentary elections resulted in 0 transmissions of the coronavirus disease. Image: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji - RC2Z4G9ZNBOB

Sangmi Cha

Reporter, Reuters

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It's believed not a single case was transmitted during the country's parliamentary elections. Image: Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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