A patient has died in South Korea, and tested positive for coronavirus after their death, according to the country's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC).
The cause of death is still being investigated, a KCDC official said.
The death comes amid a rapid jump in cases across the Asian nation.
According to the KCDC, there have been 22 new confirmed cases, bringing South Korea's total confirmed infections to 104 on Thursday.
Among the latest cases, 21 are from the south of the country, including five linked to a church and 13 linked to a hospital in Cheongdo County. One case is in the capital Seoul, according to the KCDC.
Patients and staff at Cheongdo Daenam hospital, where the death occurred, are being tested for the virus, and environmental disinfection is currently ongoing.
This post has been updated to more accurately reflect when coronavirus was detected in the deceased patient.