South Korea returns largely to normal as outbreak controlled

SEOUL (AFP) – South Korea returned largely to normal yesterday as workers went back to offices, and museums and libraries reopened under eased social distancing rules after new coronavirus cases dropped to a trickle. The South endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the disease outside China and while it never imposed a compulsory lockdown, strict social distancing had been widely observed since March. More details in Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin