The South Korean health authorities have decided to drop the requirement for vaccine passes across the country at places considered to be low risk, like department stores and supermarkets.
This comes after the Seoul Administrative Court last Friday ruled to block the vaccine pass rule for those places in the Korean capital.
With the decision announced Monday, vaccine passes will not be required either at museums, private academies, movie theaters, and study rooms.
The change takes effect from Tuesday.
Passes will still be required at other places, though, like restaurants.