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Kazakhstan bars entry to South Korean nationals due to coronavirus

Reuters Thursday, 5 March 2020
Kazakhstan will bar entry to nationals of South Korea from March 8 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, deputy industry minister Berik Kamaliyev said on Thursday.
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