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South Korea Reports Huge Surge of 516 New Coronavirus Patients, Hospitals Now Running Out of Beds

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In arguably one of the worst stricken countries in Asia that have been afflicted with the Covid-19 coronavirus, South Korea has only seen more and more cases of patients testing positive for Covid-19. In fact, the virus has spread so quickly throughout South Korea, it has been reported that over 516 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases were added to the tally today (March 4th 2020), according to Today Online.

South Korea Reports Huge Surge Of 516 New Coronavirus Patients, Hospitals Now Running Out Of Beds - World Of Buzz

This means that the current number of coronavirus cases in South Korea has exceeded 5,000, with the national total standing at 5,328, as well as 32 deaths directly linked to the coronavirus.

As you can imagine with such a sharp increase on a day-by-day basis, hospitals in the worst-hit areas, such as Daegu, have been stretched thin in terms of resources. It has been reported that over 2,300 patients are still waiting to be admitted to hospitals and temporary medical outposts.

South Korea Reports Huge Surge Of 516 New Coronavirus Patients, Hospitals Now Running Out Of Beds - World Of Buzz 1

South Korea President Moon Jae-in has declared “war” on the virus, apologised for shortages of face masks and promised support for virus-hit small businesses in Korea, during his address to the public yesterday (3rd March 2020).

For those of you who are reading this in South Korea, please do be sure that you are taking all the necessary measures to stay safe! 

 

Also read: South Korea Records Explosive 1,062 New Coronavirus Cases In Just ONE Day, Raising Total To 4,212

South Korea Records Explosive 1,062 New Coronavirus Cases In Just One Day, Raising Total To 4,212 - World Of Buzz 3

Source: TODAY Online
Source: NYT


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