South Korea, which waged an early fight against COVID-19 following the outbreak of the disease in China, said Yesterday that it had zero new domestic cases for the first time 10 weeks. South Korea found the first COVID-19 case on Jan. 20, but until mid-February did not see the spread of infections. They peaked on Feb. 29, with 909 cases every day, and have been decreasing ever since.
South Korea has proposed proposals for a very aggressive green agreement to rebound from the pandemic, including a moratorium on new coal-fired power plants and a cut in pollution from current coal-fired power plants.
The South Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced early Thursday that four outbreaks, all transported in the previous 24 hours, had a total of 10,765 infections, with 247 fatalities and 9,059 recoveries.
The United Nations chief said must follow South Korea in the battle against Novel Corona : The UN Leader said that he hopes that other countries around the world can adopt the impressive example of South Korea, which he said has been exceptionally effective around tackling the coronavirus pandemic and is preparing to combat climate change as it recovers from COVID-19.