With 286 new Covid-19 cases reported from capital Seoul, South Korean government has decided to impose stricter measures. Business that cannot operate contact-free, gyms and schools are to be shut, and restaurants are to provide delivery and takeout foods only after 9 pm. These measures will be imposed from Sunday for the the next 8 days in the greater capital area. Officials said that the cluster of virus spread was becoming difficult to control since the opening of schools, churches and restaurants. More than 4,70,000 business are expected to be hit in Seoul by these measures. South Korea saw an addition of 4,300 cases over the past 15 days.