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SeoulPodcast Briefing

Apr 4, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Public bath emerges as new epicenter

COVID Tardis

Phantom of the Opera in quarantine

U.S. asking citizens to return

Parasite quarantine

Trailer for Train to Busan 2: Peninsula

English-only private kindergarten hagwons re-opening

 

About This Episode

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This is your SeoulPodcast briefing for April 4th, 2020. With a fake background of Seoul behind me, I’m Joe McPherson.

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  • COVID-19
    • Todays’ numbers
      • 94 new cases – Total 10,156
      • 3 deaths. Total 177
      • 304 recovered. Total 6,325 
      • Seoul – 22
      • Daegu – 27
      • Gyeonggi – 23
      • Imported – 15
      • Epicenters
        • St. Mary’s Hospital in Uijeongbu +8 Total 35
        • Wine bar in Pyeongtaek 13
        • Two health facilities in Daegu +20
  • Public bath emerges as new epicenter
    • Hantan River Spa in Cheorwon, Gangwon Province
    • 4 confirmed
    • Tracking 30 people who were at the spa
  • COVID Tardis

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200402000670

  • Phantom of the Opera in quarantine
  • U.S. asking citizens to return
  • Parasite quarantine
  • Trailer for Train to Busan 2: Peninsula

  • English-only private kindergarten hagwons re-opening

 

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