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Coronavirus: South Korea reports lowest number of new cases in four weeks

BBC News Monday, 23 March 2020 ()
The news fuels hope that Asia's worst coronavirus outbreak outside China may be abating.
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On Monday (March 23) South Korea reported its lowest number of new coronavirus cases since it peaked on February 29, in a sign that Asia's largest outbreak outside of China may be abating.

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