S. Korea Considers Tighter Coronavirus Restrictions As Cases Spike

South Koreans pray for their children taking the College Scholastic Ability Test at Chogey temple, in Seoul on Thursday. New coronavirus infections in the country have spiked in recent days.

Amid criticism of the government’s recent handling of the pandemic, the country is seeing more cases than at any time in the past nine months.

(Image credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

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Anthony Kuhn
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