Don’t Use Cash, Eat Side by Side: South Korea’s Rulebook for Reopening

SEOUL—After two months of intense social distancing, South Korea is about to open up up. And it has a rule for every thing.

When assembly in an place of work, individuals will dress in masks. At meals, diners will sit following to each other or in a zigzag sample, not straight across. Hotel rooms will be ventilated for fifteen minutes soon after vacationers verify out. Site visitors at zoos and aquariums will have to stand 6 feet aside. Shouting and hugging will be discouraged at sporting activities. So will high-fives.