S. Korea expands booster eligibility to people who've received shots overseas
Updated: 2021-10-20 11:20:33 KST
South Korean health authorities say they're expanding booster shot eligibility to people who got a COVID-19 vaccine outside Korea.
People who had their shots overseas can get proof of vaccination from their nearest health center.
They can receive booster shots six to eight months after being fully inoculated.
But for people with an immune deficiency, it's recommended they get the booster two months after their most recent shot.
These will start as early as next month.