coronavirus (COVID-19) in
 South Korea

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Newsnodes
3 Jun 2020, 10:29
South Korea today tested 18058 cases (=persons), which is the 2nd highest number so far. The last time the number of tests was this high, was three months ago, on 5 March.

Newsnodes
19 Apr 2020, 18:05
Test data and test chart has been added for South Korea. Note, the test data is only 'people tested' marked as 'suspected cases'. South Korea has tested even more people as part of their general testing program.

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 LATEST NEWSNODES DATA



    CONFIRMED CASES
14598
in total
( +33)
daily average*


    REPORTED DEATHS
305
in total
( +1)
daily average*


    PERSONS TESTED
1607847
in total
( +8015)
daily average*
test data provided by: Newsnodes

Latest update: 9 August, 10:42 CET
*) The daily average increase is the average number of new cases/deaths/tests reported in the last 7 days.

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 SOUTH KOREA DATA

Daily reporting time:
~02:00hrs CET

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 7-DAY MOVING AVERAGE NEW CASES / 1 MLN INHABITANTS, EAST ASIA

Data range:  6 Apr15 Jul - 8 Aug © newsnodes.com    

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 7-DAY MOVING AVERAGE NEW DEATHS / 1 MLN INHABITANTS, EAST ASIA

Data range:  6 Apr15 Jul - 8 Aug © newsnodes.com    

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 NEW CONFIRMED CASES PER DAY (SOUTH KOREA)

Data range:  15 Jul - 8 Aug6 Apr - 8 Aug © newsnodes.com    



 NEW DEATHS PER DAY (SOUTH KOREA)

Data range:  15 Jul - 8 Aug6 Apr - 8 Aug © newsnodes.com    



 PERSONS TESTED PER DAY (SOUTH KOREA)

Data range:  12 Jul - 8 Aug © newsnodes.com    
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 TABLE: COVID-19 DATA FOR SOUTH KOREA


Below is all historic data provided by Newsnodes. The historic data is a mix of data collected from the World Health Organization, Governments and National Public Health Authorities.

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