The “Distancing in daily life” continues in South Korea with more activities opened up.


  • People are allowed to conduct activities by adhering to Basic Guidelines for Distancing in daily life.
  • As the number of local transmission from club cluster cases continues to increase, people are advised to refrain from social gathering and visiting any closed or crowded spaces. The Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) continues to conduct the contact tracing for the recent cluster cases.
  • On 27 May, the schools (high school grade 2, middle school grade 3, elementary school grades 1-2, and kindergarten) were reopened . The reopening of schools shall adhere to the guidance for COVID-19 prevention measures which issued by KCDC.