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[Photo News] Beating the heat and COVID-19By Kim Tae-eun
Published : June 13, 2020 - 16:00
Front-line medical professionals working outdoors were spotted hugging cool packs and taking short breaks in front of the fan to cool down amid a heat wave.
The number of new coronavirus cases in South Korea stayed at around 50 each day during the second week of June, while temperatures exceeded 30 degrees Celsius.
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