South Korea is currently battling a Bedbug Outbreak, with the number of suspected cases rising to 30, over half of which are in the capital city, Seoul. This is a departure from the country's previous near eradication of bedbugs since the 1970s. While bedbugs do not transmit diseases, their bites can cause intense itching and lead to secondary skin infections. The government is launching a four-week-long campaign to carry out inspections and pest control measures in public facilities, and the travel industry is increasing checks and inspections to combat the infestation.
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