[novel coronavirus pneumonia reporter Ma Yan] according to the August 19th Star newspaper banner website, a US defense official said on the same day that with the recent increase in the number of new crown pneumonia cases in Korea, all the US bases in South Korea have resumed their travel restrictions on their soldiers and their families. The U.S. military in South Korea upgraded health protection to “Charlie” on Monday, implying a substantial risk, the report said. After the implementation of travel restrictions, only those who are responsible for the necessary tasks can work normally. Others must work at home through the network. Lee Peter, a spokesman for the U.S. military in South Korea, said that since all South Korea is at the “Charlie” level, all U.S. military bases are in the “red” state, and now all soldiers and their families need special permission to travel to and from South Korea. The U.S. military has implemented travel restrictions since March this year to stop the spread of the epidemic. U.S. Defense Secretary esper signed a memorandum on May 22, setting out the conditions for entering and leaving the base. < / P > < p > according to Pentagon documents, facilities must meet certain standards to lift the travel ban, including health protection status below “Charlie” level and the availability of basic services.