On Monday South Korea released a report stating that while they only had a confirmed number of 25 new cases, at least 116 people initially cleared have tested positive again. Jeong Eun-kyeong, director of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has commented that the patients most likely had the virus reactivate rather than being re-infected. Some also claim that faulty tests could be playing a role, or that even though the patients were symptom-free they were still infected. An official also announced that South Korea will be sending the U.S. 600,000 coronavirus testing kits starting Tuesday. Government leaders have recently mentioned that they will soon begin to ease up on social distancing restrictions, with the current end date set at April 19th.
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