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Vaccine appointments made for one in five eligible S. Korean teenagers on first day Updated: 2021-10-06 17:09:38 KST

South Korea is now making appointments for coronavirus vaccines for 16- and 17-year-olds.
And on Tuesday, in the first four hours of registration, appointments were made for 20 percent of all those who are eligible.
Officials say that totals almost 190-thousand teenagers, or one in five in that age group.
Registration will continue until the 29th of this month, with inoculations to start as soon as October 18th.
On Wednesday, the number of coronavirus cases reported in South Korea came to two,28.
So far about 27 million people have been fully vaccinated, which is more than 54 percent of the total population.
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