South Koreans mark Buddha birthday celebrations amid COVID-19

The holiday is marked cautiously with prayers for the pandemic to be over.

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    For the first time in two months, South Korea has reported no new domestic infections of the coronavirus.

    April 30 marks Buddha's birthday, which has been celebrated cautiously with prayers for the pandemic to be over.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Seoul, South Korea.


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