US troops stationed in South Korea require officers and men to abide by the epidemic prevention regulations of South Korea
According to Yonhap News Agency, U.S. troops stationed in South Korea on the official social media website on the 15th regarding the U.S. military’s fireworks display at the Haeundae in Busan to disturb people Epidemic prevention regulations.
The US military in South Korea requires officers and soldiers to keep a distance of more than two meters from others. They must wear masks in places such as public toilets and restaurants where it is difficult to keep people away; don’t spit, wash hands for more than 30 seconds; Others shake hands, sing together, or make loud noises to prevent droplets from spreading the virus. The US military also stated that the offenders will be fined up to 3 million won (about 17,000 yuan).
On the day of American Independence Day (July 4th), from Wushan and Daegu and other places in Korea U.S. soldiers set off fireworks and firecrackers wantonly in Haeundae Beach, which caused serious controversy and caused controversy.
In addition, the Busan city government aimed to prevent the spread of the epidemic, targeting 5 large beaches including Haeundae on the 13th An administrative order was issued to prohibit the public from gathering, and plans to focus on cracking down on behaviors such as not wearing a mask, drinking at night and eating meals by the 15th of next month.