According to Gijang-gun, a university student living in Gyeonggi-do, while staying at his house in Busan on the 1st of this month, visited a screening center at 3 pm on the 3rd for suspicious symptoms.
A man in his 50s was caught at a security checkpoint for drugs on his way to Jeju island.
Typhoon Maysak ripped through the city last night leaving behind a path of destruction around Busan.
An elderly woman in her 80s who had passed away after battling chronic disease has also tested positive for COVID-19. It is the first such case of finding a deceased patient with COVID-19 in Busan.
The Busan Meteorological Administration announced that Typhoon Maysak will likely hit Busan's coasts around 1 a.m. tomorrow morning.
Starting yesterday, anyone caught smoking within 50 meters from the entrances of elementary, middle, and high schools and special schools in Busan will be fined.
The 9th typhoon of the season is expected to heavily impact Busan and the southern region of Korea later this week.
The city of Busan has extended its Enhanced Distancing Rules in the Busan area until September 6.
During the first 100 days 'Safe Speed 5030' was implemented in Busan, there was a dramatic decrease in traffic accident deaths with minimal contributions to traffic congestion.
Here is the latest local news about the COVID-19 situation in Busan from BeFM News and local media.