* Date : 2021-06-10
Korea is handing out its first Janssen vaccines for military service members after taking delivery of 1 million doses from the U.S. as part of an agreement struck at the Seoul-Washington summit. With that, the country may exceed its goal of inoculating 13 million people in the first half of the year, with the figure likely to touch 14 million by the end of June. We sit down with our panel of experts for a discussion on Korea’s vaccination campaign.
International tourism has ground to a halt amid the pandemic, but it’s looking to make a comeback on the back of eased quarantine rules for vaccinated travelers. Also, many countries including Spain and France are even welcoming unvaccinated tourists from countries deemed to be at low-risk, including Korea. We find out more the imminent revival of the tourism industry in our daily report.
- Guests In-Studio
- JUNG Ki-suck, Professor / Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital
- Dr. KIM Moon-kyu, Director / Global Development Center, Yonsei University
- Skype Interview
- Dr. Cristobal BELDA, Deputy Director General / Carlos III Health Institute