The quarantine authorities are reviewing measures to allow’restricted operations’ on condition that the quarantine authority maintains step 2.5 of distancing the metropolitan area and strictly obeys the quarantine rules for facilities prohibited from gathering.
In particular, attention is being drawn on whether to lift the ban on gatherings of more than 5 people after 9:00 pm, a key measure in step 2.5.
Experts responded that they should “keep the 2.5 level”, but “have to be careful” regarding limited sales.
Kim Moran, a professor of preventive medicine at the National Cancer Center, said in a conversation on the 14th that “the number of infected people per day is still quite a lot, with 500 people.” It is correct to keep the 2.5 stage.” Professor Cheon Eun-mi of Ewha University Mokdong Hospital also said, “If the number of confirmed cases is increased, if the number of confirmed cases is increased.” It cannot be used.” Prof. Chun added, “It is necessary to maintain the 2.5 level, but to ease the (operation restriction level) by industry, and to take supplementary measures in the affected areas.”
Tae-ho Yoon, head of quarantine at the Central Accident Control Headquarters, said in a back briefing to reporters on the day, “Corona 19 infection is highly likely to decrease gradually, rather than rapidly falling to 100 to 200 people.” It is very likely that the number of embroidery will increase.”
In addition, the Democratic Party and the government discussed whether to ease social distancing and the ban on groups of five or more members at the National Assembly.
The party government has formed a consensus on slightly easing the distance from the previous one. This is because the number of corona19 confirmed patients has entered a decline, and there is a controversy over the equity of bans and restrictions between industries.
However, experts saw that there is a risk of lifting the ban on gatherings after 9 p.m.
Professor Eun-mi Chun said, “I am very opposed to the cancellation of the ban on gatherings after 9 pm.” It’s like a club (which has a high risk of infection).”
Kim Woo-joo, a professor of infectious medicine at Kodae Guro Hospital, said, “If you let the restaurant open after 9 o’clock, the restaurants will be out of breath for 24 hours.” I was concerned.
Choi Won-seok, a professor of infectious medicine at Korea University Ansan Hospital, said, “Even cafes that have been suspended for a long period of time are essential facilities for business owners to continue their lives.” “We need to come up with specific measures such as controlling indoor density and staying time, not simply restricting business operations. I do” he said.
(Seoul = News 1)
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