South Korea to restrict operations of Eateries

September 1, 2020 | 1295 Visits

South Korea to restrict operations of Eateries


South Korea has decided to restrict operations of bakeries, restaurants and coffee places in the Seoul area from this weekend to lessen the fast spread of COVID-19.

This will take effect from this Sunday – restaurants and bakeries can operate until 9 p.m., while only delivery will be allowed from 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. Customers cannot eat food at restaurants in Seoul after 9 p.m.

Seoul’s franchised coffee shops can only take delivery and take-out orders – this measure was due to the recent cluster infections related to coffee franchise stores.

This is set to last until September 6 (for 8 days), as the Korean government is making an effort to put a stop to rising virus cases.

South Korea’s health minister asked the public to cancel gatherings and stay home during the second wave of the coronavirus.


J. Chung.

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