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South Korea to go ahead with general election despite outbreak

Nation takes special steps to ensure safety and allow virus patients to vote

SEOUL -- South Korea will push ahead with next month's general election as planned, even as it grapples with the second highest number of novel coronavirus cases in Asia after China.

The country will take some extraordinary steps to ensure voting goes smoothly in the April 15 poll for the National Assembly.

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