Religious services resume in South Korea
Religious groups in South Korea have resumed services after the government relaxed restrictions on such gatherings.
A religious sect, the Shincheonji Church, was blamed for the early outbreak in South Korea after thousands of its members were infected.
After the relaxation of restrictions, many churches and temples still required worshippers to register online ahead of the service and to have their temperature checked before entering the building.
Worshippers also had to sit well apart and wear face masks.