In South Korea, 51 new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed in a single day, and a total of 12850 people were diagnosed.
According to the Korean Ministry of Health, as of July 1, 01:00 local time, in the past 24 hours (from 0:30 on the 30th to 0:00 on July 1), South Korea reported 51 new cases of newly diagnosed coronary pneumonia, with a total of 12,850 cases diagnosed A total of 282 people died and 11,613 people were cured.
Of the 51 newly diagnosed people on the 30th, 36 were infected by the local community, and 15 were imported cases from abroad. Of the 36 local community infection cases, 20 were in the metropolitan area and 12 were in the southwestern city of Gwangju.
After a period of trial operation, from July 1st, Korean people must present the QR code of their registered identity information when they enter and exit "high-risk places" that are conducive to the spread of infectious diseases, such as nightclubs, entertainment bars, and karaoke. , Scanning code to enter the above-mentioned places, business operators who violate regulations will be punished. The Korean health department said that the electronic entry and exit registration system can help the health department quickly track the confirmed patient's course of action and close contact with the crowd, target potential spreaders, and timely block the virus transmission path. (Taiwan reporter Tang Xin)