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South Korean virus cases jump again, 1st US soldier infected

1 month ago   |   By WESH

The number of new virus cases in South Korea jumped again Wednesday and the first U.S. military soldier tested positive.
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Korean Air is letting people change their flights from the US to South Korea after a flight attendant tested positive for coronavirus - but there's a catch

Korean Air is letting people change their flights from the US to South Korea after a flight attendant tested positive for coronavirus - but there's a catch

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Korean Air will let certain passengers with tickets from the US to South Korea to change their flights, the airline said Wednesday morning local time.
The airline is still not offering refunds to all customers, and the rebooked flight to South Korea must be on or before June 30.
Korean Air announced on Tuesday that a flight attendant has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
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Korean Air will allow customers to adjust flights to South Korea free of charge, after one of its flight attendants tested positive for coronavirus.
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US soldier in South Korea first serviceman to test positive for coronavirus

US soldier in South Korea first serviceman to test positive for coronavirus

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

An American soldier based in South Korea has tested positive for coronavirus - the first US service member to be infected by the rapidly spreading deadly virus, officials announced Tuesday. The soldier, a 23-year-old man, is stationed at Camp Carroll, an army base located in the southeastern part of the country, according to a statement...
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