At least 14,092 cases and 298 deaths. Limited activity, clusters closely monitored.
The latest updates on COVID-19 in South Korea can be found on the Ministry of Health website. ESRI Korea has also created an interactive dashboard (in Korean) detailing affected locations and case counts.
25 July: Over a hundred cases were reported in a day, first time in a at least four months. Majority are in returning travellers.
14 July: The new cases reported in South Korea are a mixture of imported cases as well as sporadic clusters. At least 11 case have been linked to the greater Seoul area. Sporadic cases have also been reported in the central and southwestern regions.
3 July: Around 30 to 50 new cases of COVID-19 have been consistently detected each day over the past couple of weeks. A number of small clusters are being tracked in Seoul as well as in Gwangju city and in Gyeonggi province. View the Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention press briefings for more information about the clusters.
See the June news items here.