Korea became the second largest outbreak of nCoV in the world

Korea recorded an additional 161 cases of nCoV, bringing the total number of people infected to 763 and becoming the second largest outbr...

Korea recorded an additional 161 cases of nCoV, bringing the total number of people infected to 763 and becoming the second largest outbreak in the world.

The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) today said it recorded 161 new cases of nCoV. This brought the total number of infected people to 763, of which 7 died.
Among the new infections, 129 were related to the Tan Thien Dia denominational church in Daegu city.

The latest death patient was a 62-year-old man. Health officials said he died at Cheongdo district hospital yesterday. KCDC does not explain whether this patient has an underlying disease.

Newly recorded cases make Korea the second largest outbreak in the world, after mainland China. Earlier, Diamond Princess yacht was considered the second largest outbreak of Covid-19 with a total of 634 cases.

The New Heavenly Sect became the focus of the Covid-19 outbreak in Daegu (It is the fourth largest city in Korea with 2.5 million inhabitants) after a 61-year-old female devotees infected the virus dozens of others.

A medical worker in protective clothing enlisted to rest while waiting for an ambulance to transport nCoV-infected patients at the entrance to a hospital in Daegu on February 23. Photo: AFP.

Woman believers called "Patient 31", hospitalized on 8/2 because of a traffic accident but twice refused to test nCoV.
She then went to Tan Thien Dia's church four times and was confirmed positive for nCoV on February 18.
About 9,300 sectarian members were asked to isolate themselves or not to leave the house. Of these 1,248 people had symptoms of the Covid-19 epidemic.
The Orthodox Christian church considers Tan Thien Dia to be heresy.

In addition to the New Heavenly Sect, Daenam Hospital in Cheongdo District, North Gyeongsang Province, where the first nCoV death occurred in South Korea, was the second-most recorded case. More than 110 people, including 9 health workers, at Daenam Hospital were confirmed to be positive for nCoV.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in yesterday raised the nCoV warning to the highest level based on recommendations from experts.
He also urged government officials not to hesitate in using "unprecedented drastic measures" to curb the spread of the disease.

The Ministry of Education of Korea has asked all kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools to postpone starting a new semester in a week. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Defense isolating 7,700 soldiers to prevent the virus from spreading.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam said that there are about 200,000 Vietnamese citizens living, studying and working in Korea. Particularly in Daegu city is 8,285 people, in North Gyeongsang Province is 18,502 people. Including 333 people in Cheongdo district.
The Vietnamese Embassy to South Korea has so far not detected cases of Vietnamese people infected or suspected of being infected with nCoV.

References from Yonhap
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