The South Korean Embassy in the Philippines extends the temporary closure of its Consular Office in Manila after another security personnel tested COVID-19 positive.
The temporary closure will extend for five more days, from July 27 (Monday) to July 31 (Friday). The announcement was posted on their social media accounts.
According to the embassy, resumption of services will depend on the test results of the Consular personnel.
The Consular Office also closed temporarily two weeks ago, from July 13 to July 17 after one security personnel tested positive for COVID-19. It was extended to July 24 due to the period needed for the release of results.