South Korea on Sunday eased its tough social distancing policy for the next two weeks in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area, with new daily novel coronavirus cases hovering stubbornly within triple digits.The government has lifted a ban on on-site dining after 9pm, though still requires restaurants and cafes to restrict seating and record patrons’ names and contact details.While leisure facilities such as gyms and internet cafes are also allowed to reopen, under so-called phase two…


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