* Date : 2021-09-06
Korea’s current COVID-19 restrictions have been extended for another month starting on September 6, with level 4 distancing rules in effect in the capital area and level 3 in most other parts of the nation. We sit down with our panel of experts for their take on the government’s latest decision and if their containment efforts will have the desired effect in taming the fourth wave.
Fears over the coronavirus and the monotony of life in the city have led to a growing number of urbanites here in Korea to start a new life as farmers in the rural parts of the country. We find out more in our daily report.
- Guests In-Studio
- JUNG Ki-suck, Professor / Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital
- KIM MoonKyu, Clinical Professor of Department of Pediatrics / Yonsei University
- Skype Interview
- Professor Cyrille Cohen /Head of the Laboratory of Immunotherapy at Bar-Ilan University, Member of the Advisory Committee for Covid19 Vaccines