US, South Korea postpone joint exercises over Covid-19


SEOUL (AFP): The US and South Korean militaries on Thursday (Feb 27) postponed forthcoming joint exercises due to the coronavirus outbreak, they said, as the Asian country reported 334 new cases, taking its total to 1,595.

The decision to delay the training was made after Seoul declared its highest "severe" alert level over the virus, Combined Forces Command said, adding the postponement was "until further notice".

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