Covid-19 outbreak occurred at a meeting of employees of a fast food chain. The 4th case of infection came out at Namdaemun Market in Seoul.
This is reporter Kim Hyung-rae.
Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, a corona19 group infection was confirmed in relation to Lotteria, a fast food chain.
On the afternoon of the 6th, 10 employees, including the Lotteria store manager, gathered at the Lotteria Gunja Station branch for a meeting for about two hours.
Afterwards, 9 people, including employees from other branches, joined and had a two-hour drink at Chicken Bangi Neungdong branch in Gwangjin-gu from around 7pm.
One of the attendees of the meeting the next day developed fever and was confirmed yesterday (11th) in Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province.
To date, 10 of the 19 attendees have been tested positive, 7 have been negative, and the other 2 are undergoing tests.
Lotteria has closed seven stores in downtown Seoul where they worked, including Gunja Station and Seoul Station.
The health authorities requested that those who visited'Chicken Bangi Eungdongjeom' in Gwangjin-gu from 5 pm on the 6th to 2 am the next day should be examined immediately when symptoms appear.
In the Namdaemun Market in Seoul, the family of a merchant in Jungang Shopping Center, who was confirmed yesterday, was further confirmed.
This is the 4th case of infection that started at Banseok Church in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi Province and passed through Kennedy Shopping Center and Jungang Shopping Center in Namdaemun Market.
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Health officials in the Kennedy mall to eight twelve months from July 30, the last seven days on the 8th Central mall People who have visited to are advised to be tested if they have any symptoms.
Group infection by Lotteria employees... Closed 7 stores in downtown Seoul
Covid-19 outbreak occurred at a meeting of employees of a fast food chain. The 4th case of infection came out at Namdaemun Market in Seoul. This is reporter Kim Hyung-rae. In Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, a COVID-19 outbreak has been confirmed in connection with the fast food chain Lotteria.