South Korea confirmed 2-thousand 1-hundred 11 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, surpassing the 2-thousand mark for the first time in almost three weeks.
The uptick comes amid growing concerns over a potential surge as winter approaches.
Last week variant cases amounted to some 3-thousand 3-hundred.
All but one: the Delta variant.
On top of this, South Korea saw almost 20,000 breakthrough infections.
This is equal to point-zero-seven-four percent of fully vaccinated people.
Most were in their 30s, and those who had the Janssen vaccine.