South Korea's coronavirus cases surge raising fears of second wave
The number of daily coronavirus infections rose for the third consecutive day in South Korea raising fears of a second wave of the outbreak. The nation reported 79 new cases on Thursday, the highest spike since April 5. Earlier this year, South Korea had earned praise for limiting the outbreak with its robust testing program, even without a lockdown. 69 cases from past week linked to Coupang warehouse building, said Health Minister.