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South Korea coronavirus cases rise steadily, more financial aid expected

Reuters Monday, 30 March 2020
South Korea reported 78 new coronavirus cases on Monday, keeping the rate of infections fairly steady, as President Moon Jae-in held an emergency meeting with economic policymakers to discuss financial support for the public.
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