Moving on to the news of Corona 19.

While the number of new confirmed patients announced yesterday (26th) recorded three digits again, a third high school student in Seoul who was preparing for the SAT was confirmed.

All students and faculty attending the same school will be tested.

This is Kang Cheong-wan.

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3rd year student at Seongsu High School in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, has been diagnosed with Corona 19.

This student first showed symptoms on the 21st, and it was found that he went to school every weekday last week before the SAT.

Seongdong-gu plans to set up a temporary screening clinic in the school from 10 am today, and conduct full inspections on all students and faculty.

In Changwon, Gyeongsangnam-do, 10 out of 13 family members gathered for a rite were confirmed.

Nine people living in Changwon and four family members from Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do have been together for three days since the 17th, and one of them was confirmed to have had suspicious symptoms such as coughing and loss of smell.

The number of confirmed cases continues to increase in nursing facilities and rehabilitation hospitals where group infections occurred.

Two more people were infected at a welfare facility for the disabled in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province, where 26 people were confirmed so far, and 10 additional people were infected at two nursing homes in the same building in Namyangju, Gyeonggi Province.

As a result of investigation into nursing homes where coronavirus occurred, it was found that once the virus was introduced, fewer than 14% of residents and as many as 100% were infected.

[Eun-kyung Jung/Director of the Korea Disease Control Center: If the coronavirus is introduced, the risk of transmission within the facility is very high.

(However) There were facilities that did not have preliminary screening for new residents, and there were facilities that lacked access control for the general public (.)] The number

of deaths after flu vaccination increased to 59, and flu vaccines over the age of 62 were free By 1 p.m. yesterday, when vaccination began, more than 260,000 of the subjects had been vaccinated.