A videoconference between health ministers of South Korea, China and Japan has been held on Saturday, during which the officials discussed the movement and exchanges of people deemed essential in the time of the coronavirus global pandemic, APA reports citing Tele Trader.
The groups of essential travelers would consist of scientific, medical and business professionals. "The issue requires discussions of pan-government agencies. The government will explore possible ways [to expand movement] on the diplomatic side," South Korean official Sohn Young-rae was quoted by Yonhap news agency.
In addition, the three sides agreed to share the epidemiological, diagnostical, clinical, and treatment-related information.