5,880 new confirmed cases by 9pm… 2579 people from a week ago↑

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There is a trend of rebounding in the COVID-19 epidemic. As of 9 p.m. on the same day, the number of new confirmed cases in the country had reached 5,000.

According to each local government, including Seoul, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in 17 cities and provinces across the country from 0 am to 9 pm on the same day was 5,880.



There were 3641 fewer people than the previous day’s same time count (9521). On weekends and holidays, the number of tests is reduced, and the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 tends to decrease.



However, there were 2,579 people on the 26th of last month (3301 people) a week ago and 2504 people on the 19th of last month (3376 people) two weeks ago (3376 people), respectively, showing a clear trend of increase in prevalence.


As there is still time until midnight when the counting ends, the number of new confirmed cases to be announced on the 4th is expected to increase to around 6,000.



The COVID-19 epidemic slowed down until the end of last month, but has recently been showing a rebound trend.



From the 27th of last month, the daily number of new confirmed cases was 3,423→9894→10,455→9591→9528→1715→1059, recording an average of 9095 per day. This is more than 2,000 people more than the previous week between June 20th and 26th (7079 people).



As of 9 p.m. that day, by region, the number of new confirmed cases was 1817 in Gyeonggi, 1161 in Seoul, 339 in Incheon, 332 in Gyeongnam, 313 in Gyeongbuk, 235 in Gangwon, 213 in Daejeon, 184 in Busan, 168 in Chungnam, 166 in North Chungcheong. Jeju has 165, Daegu 164, Jeonnam and Ulsan 148 each, Gwangju 144, Jeonbuk 126, and Sejong 57.

Jung-gu Office officials and medical staff demolition work at the Corona 19 Temporary Screening Center in Seoul Station Square, which was closed on the 30th of last month.[사진=연합뉴스]


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