South Korea Sues Religious Sect Over COVID Spread As It Grapples With 2nd Wave
Seinfeld says coronavirus won't kill New York City. In a telephone interview with CBS News, a spokeswoman for the Shincheonji church said Tuesday that it had not yet been served with court documents, but that it would consider the legal process as it develops. 10 million to various organizations, but all have refused the peace offerings, said the representative, who did not wish to be named. 4,000 members of the church who survived the disease had also volunteered to donate blood plasma to help treat other patients.
Why does the patient 31 consider as special among them? We will go ahead. It was 6th of February, a 61 year- old woman in South Korea faced a minor traffic accident in Daegu, the county’s fourth largest city. She experienced a headache due to that car collision and she was admitted to a hospital.
Current estimates suggest that a single person with the novel coronavirus spreads the infection to about 2.2 additional people, on average. The surge of infection at the church brings the total number of confirmed cases in South Korea to 104; one death associated with the virus has occurred in the country so far.