Korea said Tuesday it has teamed up with Kakao to provide local consumers with information on restaurants that have strictly followed sanitary guidelines to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
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At least 127 Covid-19 patients have been traced to a Christian missionary school in Daejeon, health officials announced Monday, once again raising alarms on church-related clusters as the nation’s daily coronavirus cases continue to hover around 400.
Anxiety is running high among pet owners in Korea after health authorities reported the country's first case of the coronavirus in an animal — a cat — which apparently got infected by its owners.
Health authorities Friday warned the public not to let their guard down against the coronavirus this weekend as daily infections dropped back to the 300s, saying there was always a possibility the pandemic may worsen.
Weeks before Korea’s school year begins, the KDCA chief suggested in a research paper that classrooms should provide in-person learning, stressing that keeping kids at home was “costly at both the individual and societal levels.”
The Korean government will open 250 Covid-19 vaccination sites this year as the first batch of doses are expected to arrive in coming weeks, the Ministry of Interior and Safety said Thursday.
Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said Wednesday that Korea's first batch of Covid-19 vaccines will probably be enough to inoculate 50,000 people.
Tensions between the Gwangju Metropolitan Government and its nightlife businesses boiled over as dozens of clubs threatened to defy shutdown orders and reopen.
President Moon Jae-in on Monday reassured the public about the safety of Covid-19 vaccines, saying the Korean government would take full responsibility for any serious side effects that may occur.