South Korea Witnesses Lowest Number of New Cases of the COVID-19 on Monday
April 6 , 2020
The number of Coronavirus cases in South Korea fell to the lowest in the country in over six weeks. To keep up the improvement, the country has extended its social distancing campaigns for two more weeks until April 19. As per South Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC), on Monday the country reported 47 new cases which are the lowest since February 18 that the number has dropped below 50. However, the country's Vice Health Minister, Kim Ganlip said that it is too soon to tell if the virus is on a declining trend from this number alone.