As people emerge from their Covid-19 hideouts, demand for screens is likely to drop, and this is happening as Chinese makers dominate the business and threaten to dump screens and wreck the market.
Korea wants help from Europe to become a global vaccine production hub, President Moon Jae-in stressed Tuesday in a videoconference with Franz-Werner Haas, CEO of German biotech company CureVac, while on a visit to Austria.
Marketing strategies targeting the vaccinated are the latest craze, with free cab rides and discounts on movie tickets and buffets among the offers.
Asiana Airlines is resuming flights to Saipan next month with a once-a-week service to the island.
The first death in Korea after a Janssen Covid-19 vaccine was reported Sunday, while five people were accidentally administered five doses of the vaccine each last week, apparently without ill effect.
President Moon Jae-in pledged support for vaccinations in developing nations with a $200 million donation to Covax at the Group of Seven, or G7, summit in Britain on Saturday. “To support developing countries with vaccines, Korea plans to donate...
Korea is striving to develop Covid-19 vaccines of its own, but the road is a long and bumpy one, one of the biggest potholes being finding humans for Phase 3 clinical trials. Whether the results will be accepted internationally is also an issue.
Korea kicked off Covid-19 vaccinations for people aged 60 to 64 and military troops under 30 on Monday, and recorded the highest number of newly vaccinated people for a single day with more than 837,000.
Teachers at daycare centers, kindergartens and elementary schools will receive Pfizer or Moderna shots in July so they are fully vaccinated ahead of the full-time return of pupils in the fall semester.
Korea's Covid-19 vaccination campaign is gaining momentum as over 80 percent of the elderly population have either signed up for or have already received a shot, or two, as of Friday.