Situation in Korea 'very grave' virus cases go up
A Buddhist believer wearing a face mask leaves the Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea on Feb. 25, 2020.
South Koreas parliament cancelled sessions on February 25 as it closed for cleaning after confirmation a person with the corona virus had attended a meeting last week. It is set to reopen February 26 morning. (AFP)
Moon Jae-in during a special meeting after South Korea reported increasing no.of corona virus cases (AFP)
South-Korean president Moon Jae-in, (second from left) in a special govt meeting to discuss preventive measures to stop further spread COVID-19 in Daegu, South Korea(AFP)
-People wait in a line to buy face masks at a retail store in the southeastern city of Daegu.South Korea reported 60 more COVID-19 corona virus cases on February 25. (AFP)
A worker from the Korea Pest Control Association sprays disinfectant as part of preventive measures against the spread of the COVID-19 corona virus, at the National Assembly in Seoul (AFP)
People buy face masks at a retail store in the southeastern city of Daegu on February 25, 2020. The country now has 893 cases. (AFP)