At 9 pm on the 28th, about 50,000 people infected with COVID-19 nationwide… 6450 fewer people compared to the previous day

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On the morning of the 28th, the Seoul Cheonggye Plaza Corona 19 inspection station is showing a quiet appearance. news

The number of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) cases is decreasing day by day.

According to local governments such as Seoul on the 28th, 49,565 people were confirmed with COVID-19 in 17 cities and provinces across the country from 00:00 to 9pm on the same day. This is 6,450 fewer than the 56,015 total for the same time period the previous day.

On the 21st, a week ago, 26,865 people decreased from the same time period (76,430 people), and 74,062 people were less than the 14th (123,627 people) two weeks ago (123,627 people).

It is the first time in 11 weeks since February 10 (49,721 people) that the number of new confirmed cases fell below 50,000 as of the same time period on Thursday. The number of new confirmed cases to be announced on the 29th is expected to be higher than this, as there is still time until midnight when the counting ends.

As of 9 p.m. that day, there were 21,874 (44.1%) new confirmed cases in the metropolitan area and 27,691 (55.9%) in non-metropolitan areas. By region, Gyeonggi 11,946, Seoul 7,723, Gyeongbuk 3,556, Gyeongnam 3,240, Jeonnam 2,565, Daegu 2,457, Jeonbuk 2,412, Chungnam 2,325, Incheon 2,205, Chungbuk 1,973, Gwangju 1,887, Gangwon 1,840 Those in Daejeon, 1,733, Busan, 1,506, Ulsan, 1,141, Jeju, 713, and Sejong, 343, etc.

In the past week, the number of new daily cases was △81,43 on the 22nd △75,432 on the 23rd △64,704 on the 24th △34,361 on the 25th △80,355 on the 26th △7 on the 27th 6,787 people △ 28 days 57,464 people, an average of 67,164 people per day.

Ryu Jong-eun reporter


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