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South Korea relaxes some social distancing rules as new virus cases fall

A teacher gives an online class at school, amid the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Seoul, South Korea, on April 9.   © Reuters

SEOUL (Reuters) -- South Korea extended its social distancing policy for another 16 days on Sunday but offered some relief for churches and sporting fixtures, as it reported just eight new coronavirus infections, the lowest in two months.

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