As of 9pm on the 19th, 24,554 confirmed cases of Corona 19… “Decreased day by day”

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A medical team prepares for an examination at the screening clinic in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul on the 19th. yunhap news

In the past few days, the number of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) confirmed cases has been on the decline, showing that the infectious disease is stabilizing.

According to local governments including Seoul on the 19th, from 00:00 to 9pm on the same day, there were 24,554 confirmed cases of Corona 19 in 17 cities and provinces across the country. This is a decrease of 2,219 people from the same time the previous day (26,773 people).

In the same time period, 6,905 people decreased from the 12th (31,459 people) a week ago, and 1,858 people decreased from the last 5 days (26,412 people). As there is still time until midnight when the counting closes, the number of new confirmed cases to be announced on the 20th will increase, but it is highly likely to remain at 20,000.

The number of confirmed cases was 11,034 (44.9%) in the metropolitan area and 13,520 (55.1%) in non-metropolitan areas. By region, Gyeonggi 5,807, Seoul 4,111, Gyeongbuk 1,679, Gyeongnam 1,509, Gangwon 1,269, Daegu 1,247, Incheon 1,116, Chungnam 1,185, Jeonnam 1,019, Jeonbuk 956, Chungbuk 908, Daejeon 845, Gwangju with 810, Busan with 757, Ulsan with 660, Jeju with 377, and Sejong with 299.

The number of daily new confirmed cases in the past week was △32,441 on the 13th △29,576 on the 14th △25,425 on the 15th △13,292 on the 16th △35,113 on the 17th △31,352 on the 18th Person △ 28,130 people on the 19th, an average of 27,904 people per day.

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Ryu Jong-eun reporter


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