South Korean Ski Resorts Reopen Amid Omicron Concerns

South Korean Ski Resorts Reopen Amid Omicron Concerns

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South Korean Ski Resorts Reopen Amid Omicron Concerns

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The slopes of South Korea’s northern Gangwon province are beginning to reopen after the government shutdown all tourist attractions in December, 2021 due to a rise in coronavirus infections. Regulations stipulate all skiers and snowboarders are subject to a temperature check.  Night skiing is not allowed at all premises, and slopes and restaurants have to close by 9pm.

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