South Korea on Saturday reported 4-thousand 4-hundred 23 new COVID-19 cases.
The number of critically ill patients is below 7-hundred for the second straight day, at 6-hundred 26.
Meanwhile, the country on Friday rolled out COVID-19 oral treatments developed by Pfizer for the very first time.
Prescriptions were given to nine people as of 7 PM the first day, all of whom were being treated at home.
People in the capital are no longer required to show vaccine passes when going to supermarkets and department stores.
This comes as the Seoul Administrative Court overturned the rule, citing it as excessive.
The court has also ruled against vaccine passes for teenagers aged 12 to 18.