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* Date : 2020-12-11
Korea has been struck by a fresh wave of new COVID-19 infections and health authorities are struggling to rein in the latest outbreak, even with tougher distancing guidelines in place. We sit down with our panel of expert to learn more the latest situation and how the country can respond.
With Korea witnessing a steady influx of imported COVID-19 cases, a key part of its containment strategy is the air-tight enforcement of 14-day quarantine for all arrivals. For its part, the Seoul City government is operating a special fleet of taxis to minimize the exposure of travelers to the outside world while they journey from the airport to their designated quarantine locations. We find out more in our daily report.
- JUNG Sun-jae, Professor / Yonsei University College of Medicine