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SEOUL: South Korea has reported 18 new cases of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), its lowest daily jump since Feb 20, continuing a downward trend as officials discuss more sustainable forms of social distancing that allows for some communal and economic activity.
Seoul: South Korea’s left-leaning ruling party wins a landslide election victory, results show after the coronavirus pandemic turned the political tide in President Moon Jae-in’s favour.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A former North Korean diplomat has won a parliamentary seat in South Korea's swankiest district, four years after fleeing a London embassy and defecting to the South.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's left-leaning ruling party has won a landslide election victory, partial results showed Thursday (Apri; 16), after the coronavirus pandemic turned the political tide in President Moon Jae-in's favour.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in's ruling party is projected to win a majority in a parliamentary election held on Wednesday, according to exit polls jointly conducted by three major local TV networks.
SEOUL (Xinhua): South Korean voters went to the polls for parliamentary election Wednesday (April 15) amid the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the National Election Commission.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Koreans began going to the polls on Wednesday to elect members of parliament, wearing masks and plastic gloves as part of strict safety measures in one of the first national elections held amid the coronavirus pandemic.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday that it was looking into reports of some COVID-19 patients testing positive again after initially testing negative for the disease while being considered for discharge.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Early voting in South Korea's parliamentary election kicked off on Friday, with coronavirus patients casting ballots at designated stations and candidates adopting new ways of campaigning to limit the risk of contagion.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea will allow coronavirus patients to vote by mail or as an absentee in this month's parliamentary elections, as campaigning started on Thursday (April 2) and the country grappled with a steady rise in new infections.