South Korea lifts Covid-19 rule

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South Korea has said it will lift all COVID-19 social distancing rules, except for the requirement to wear masks.
Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum announced that the 10-person limit on private social gatherings and a midnight curfew at restaurants, and other indoor businesses will come to an end on Monday.
Boo-kyum revealed that he Omicron variant has shown signs of weakening significantly after peaking in the third week of March.
The Prime Minister added that People will still be required to wear masks indoors for a considerable time ahead, adding that an outdoor mask mandate might be lifted in two weeks if the outbreak slows further.

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