12 Reported Coronavirus Cases Now at Dong-A University

The city of Busan added six new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total caseload to 384.

Cases 379 to 381 are students at the Dong-a University Bumin campus.

So far, the campus has reported 12 related cases, 11 of whom are from the same department and the same student club.

815 people at the Bumin Campus came in contact with confirmed patients. Health authorities placed 478 into self-quarantine and are closely monitoring 337.

Cases 382 and 384 attended a briefing in Yeonje-gu for a health supplement-related pyramid-scheme business where they came in contact with Pohang case 70.

Among the 50 people linked to this briefing, 42 have been tested, and 6 tested positive including 3 in Busan.

Case 383 came in contact with case 362 at a small restaurant with six tables. Seven people at five of the tables have been confirmed so far.

Student from Changwon Among Those Infected

A teenage woman from Changwon city who commutes to Bumin Campus of Dong-A University in Busan has been confirmed positive for COVID-19 on Sunday.

According to Gyeongnam Provincial Office on the 20th, a teenage woman living in Changwon City, a student at the Dong-A University Bumin Campus, was confirmed for COVID-19.

The woman went to a restaurant near the school where 6 students of the Dong-A University Bumin Campus club tested positive for the coronavirus, visited between the 16th and 17th.

The woman was included in the list of 108 people that Busan City reported to Gyeongnam Province as it identified a number of contacts with members of Dong-A University when tracing the infection route.

The cumulative confirmed cases of COVID-19  in 18 cities and counties in Gyeongnam came to 282.

blank
BeFM Newshttp://www.befm.or.kr
Listen to Busan's only English radio station at 90.5 FM. News reports at 10 am, 12 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, 8 pm and 10 pm live.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Twice-weekly updates to your inbox

The Latest

Five COVID-ERA Fast Food Restaurant Best Practices

In the Food and Beverage sector in general, Fast Casual, Café’s, and QSRs (Quick Service Restaurants) have been adapting to COVID-19. Many of these practices, in fact, can be adapted even in dense urban areas like Seoul, South Korea.

AD STARS 2020 On-tact Festival Gets Underway Today

AD STARS 2020 On-tact (Online+Contact) Festival, which will be held online to prevent the spread of Covid-19, will be held from October 22 via www.adstars.org
Busan
broken clouds
16 ° C
16 °
16 °
63 %
4.1kmh
75 %
Thu
15 °
Fri
16 °
Sat
16 °
Sun
19 °
Mon
18 °

Dine & Drink

Five COVID-ERA Fast Food Restaurant Best Practices

In the Food and Beverage sector in general, Fast Casual, Café’s, and QSRs (Quick Service Restaurants) have been adapting to COVID-19. Many of these practices, in fact, can be adapted even in dense urban areas like Seoul, South Korea.

Dongnae-gu Looks to Address “No Kid Zone” Restaurant Problem

So-called “no kid zone” restaurants and businesses that ban children from entering the establishment are once again becoming a social issue in the city as parents looking to dine with their kids are finding fewer places to frequent.

Travel