* Date : 2021-03-23
The year-long pandemic has had a lasting impact on diplomacy and global governance, but face-to-face meetings between world leaders are on the revival as the global vaccination drive continues to gain traction. We sit down with our panel of experts to learn more.
Korea’s inoculation drive is shifting into higher gear, with the country starting to administer the second doses of Pfizer’s vaccine while AstraZeneca shots for those 65 and older are being handed out starting March 23. So, how far will these developments move Korea forward in its long-term goal of reaching herd immunity? In our daily report, we get a glimpse of the road that might lie ahead for Korea from the observations made in other countries that got a headstart in their own inoculation campaign.
- Guests In-Studio
- Dr. WOO Jung-yeop, Research Fellow / Sejong Institute
- Skype Interview
- Rorry DANIELS, Deputy Director / FAPS, National Committe on American Foreign Policy