South Korea bars entry to foreign nationals for refusing to self-isolate

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Eight people from six countries deported after failing to comply with coronavirus rules * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage South Korea has denied entry to eight foreign nationals after they refused to comply with strict quarantine requirements introduced this week to help the country tackle a rise in coronavirus infections, as anger mounts over visitors who have been caught breaking self-isolation rules. The visitors, from six countries, were deported after they refused to self-isolate for two weeks, the justice ministry said. Media reports said the passengers had been informed of the rules before they boarded their flights. Continue reading...
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