Israel has turned back as many as 130 South Korean passengers of a flight from South Korea in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

It allowed only 12 Israeli passengers to disembark on the Korean Airlines flight’s arrival in Tel Aviv on Saturday.

Israel has been banning South Korean and Japanese visitors after finding coronavirus infection among some South Korean tourists who visited Israel last week.

Al Jazeera’s Rob Mcbride reports from Daegu, South Korea.

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