2021-05-05

People who have completed the new crown vaccination in South Korea can be exempted from home quarantine

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(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Those who have completed the new crown vaccination in South Korea can be exempted from home isolation

China News Service, Seoul, May 5th (Reporter Liu Xu) South Korea’s new crown vaccination promotion team stated on the 5th From the same day, people who have completed the new crown vaccination in South Korea for two weeks, even if they come into contact with a confirmed case of new crown pneumonia or enter from abroad, if the nucleic acid test result is negative and asymptomatic, they can be exempted from the two-week home isolation.

People who have completed the new crown vaccination in South Korea can be exempted from home quarantine

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p >On March 4, local time, the staff at Incheon Airport in South Korea wore protective clothing. Photo by Zeng Nai, a reporter from China News Service.

This rule applies to people who have completed vaccination in Korea for two weeks. According to this new regulation, even if vaccinators are in close contact with confirmed cases, as long as the test results are negative and asymptomatic, and the confirmed cases contacted are not from abroad, they can be exempted from home isolation for two weeks. However, during this period, the Korean epidemic prevention department will continue to conduct medical observations on these people for two weeks, and implement two virus tests on them. If both test results are negative, the observation can be cancelled on the 14th day.

People who have completed vaccination in South Korea for two weeks after leaving the country and return home, if the test result is negative and there are no symptoms, they can also be exempted from home isolation. However, those who come from South Africa, Brazil and other countries where the new coronavirus is endemic are excluded.

The Korean Agency for Disease Control has previously stated that it plans to take measures to verify vaccination certificates from overseas and gradually apply the new regulations to vaccination certificates from other countries based on the principle of reciprocity. (End)