October 29, 2021

Next month, SoKor will begin removing Covid limitations.

South Korea stated on Monday that COVID-19 limits will be eased beginning next month, according to local media.

“We are beginning a gradual return to regular life based on stable containment and high vaccination rates,” President Moon Jae-in said in an address to the country’s parliament, according to Yonhap News Agency.

The announcement came a day after the country’s immunization rate surpassed 70%, with Moon stating that the shift would begin “in earnest” in November.

Businesses will reopen next month, and in-person classes will continue, according to the report, while most Covid-19 restrictions will be relaxed, though mask-wearing will remain in place.

According to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency, 40.7 million people, or 79.4 percent of the population, have received their first Covid-19 vaccine dosage, with 35.9 million people, or 70.1 percent, have had their entire vaccination.

South Korea reported 1,190 new cases of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, indicating a drop in infections over the previous three weeks.

According to the agency, South Korea has recorded 353,089 cases with 2,773 deaths.

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