Vaccinated people traveling to Korea for important business and family visits will no longer have to go through 14-day quarantine. Quarantine will not be waived for people coming from 21 countries where Covid-19 variants are prevalent.
People coming from India, Indonesia, Pakistan, the Philippines and 17 other countries where Covid-19 cases are surging will not be allowed to skip the 14-day quarantine in Korea — even if they are fully vaccinated.
Korea won’t change its social distancing policy over fears of coronavirus variants such as the Delta variant, which is believed to be more contagious.
Tourists to Korea who were vaccinated abroad must still endure the 14-day quarantine, the government clarified on Thursday, although group tours from “travel bubble” countries do not.
While the government announced that people vaccinated abroad will no longer have to undergo 14-day quarantines from July, concerns are growing as Britain and India, where the highly contagious Delta variant from India is quickly spreading, have ...
Starting next month, people traveling to Korea for important business and family visits who have been vaccinated abroad will no longer have to do 14-day quarantines.
Jeju Air, Korea's biggest budget carrier by sales, said Tuesday it has resumed flights to Saipan.
Fully vaccinated people will be exempted from the mandatory 14-day quarantine after entering from abroad or coming in contact with a Covid-19 patient starting May 5 — but only if they got the shots in Korea.
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The Moon Jae-in government’s battle with Covid-19 has failed in a big way. Its flaws were bared with the rollout of game-changing vaccines. The government has been touting the supremacy of K-quarantine, or mitigation efforts...