PHOTOS S.Korea reports 84 more COVID-19 cases, 8,320 in total

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S.Korea reports 84 more COVID-19 cases, 8,320 in total

Xinhua

20:59, March 17, 2020

People walk on the street around the Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea, March 17, 2020. South Korea reported 84 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 8,320. The newly confirmed cases stayed below 100 for the third consecutive day, after recording the first double-digit growth in 23 days on Sunday. Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 82. The total fatality rate came in at 0.99 percent. (Photo by Lee Sang-ho/Xinhua)

People walk on the street around the Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea, March 17, 2020. South Korea reported 84 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 8,320. The newly confirmed cases stayed below 100 for the third consecutive day, after recording the first double-digit growth in 23 days on Sunday. Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 82. The total fatality rate came in at 0.99 percent. (Photo by Lee Sang-ho/Xinhua)

People stay on the street around the Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea, March 17, 2020. South Korea reported 84 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 8,320. The newly confirmed cases stayed below 100 for the third consecutive day, after recording the first double-digit growth in 23 days on Sunday. Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 82. The total fatality rate came in at 0.99 percent. (Photo by Lee Sang-ho/Xinhua)

People walk on the street around the Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea, March 17, 2020. South Korea reported 84 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 8,320. The newly confirmed cases stayed below 100 for the third consecutive day, after recording the first double-digit growth in 23 days on Sunday. Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 82. The total fatality rate came in at 0.99 percent. (Photo by Lee Sang-ho/Xinhua)

People walk on the street around the Seomun Market in Daegu, South Korea, March 17, 2020. South Korea reported 84 more cases of the COVID-19 compared to 24 hours ago as of midnight Tuesday local time, raising the total number of infections to 8,320. The newly confirmed cases stayed below 100 for the third consecutive day, after recording the first double-digit growth in 23 days on Sunday. Six more deaths were confirmed, lifting the death toll to 82. The total fatality rate came in at 0.99 percent. (Photo by Lee Sang-ho/Xinhua)

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