The government predicted that Korea’s Covid-19 cases will hit a peak after the Chuseok harvest holidays in mid-September, as cases hover around 2,000 despite the stricter distancing measures implemented for over a month.
Korea’s daily Covid-19 cases soared past 2,200 for the first time since the pandemic began, and health authorities warned the worst is yet to come — telling people not to go on summer holiday.
Migrant workers from Indonesia, wearing full protective gear, enter the arrival gate at Incheon International Airport on Thursday in spite of the exponentially spreading Covid-19 Delta variants.
Since two Koreans have been infected with the Delta Plus variant of the coronavirus, “breakthrough” infections are becoming the new worry for the country. Breakthrough infections refer to cases of a fully vaccinated person...
Korea confirmed its first two cases of the Delta Plus variant of Covid-19 on Tuesday — and both patients were fully vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The Delta variant could account for more than half of new Covid-19 infections this week in Korea, health authorities warned Monday.
Korea reported a new record number of daily Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, despite the capital area being under the strongest level of social distancing measures for over a week.
Total employment grew in June, more evidence of a recovery from the earlier phase of the Covid-19 pandemic. For the first time in more than five years, the number of people in their 40s with jobs increased compared to the previous year.
Korea's fourth wave of Covid infections could become a tsunami as the number of Delta variants among newly infected patients more than doubled in a week.
A store employee stacks Covid-19 self testing kits at a 7-Eleven store in central Seoul on Wednesday. The number of people confirmed to have contracted Covid-19 reached the second-highest daily figure on Tuesday.