Our starting point this afternoon is the coronavirus situation in South Korea.
Health authorities here say a widely-feared fourth wave of COVID-19 is not here yet,.. at least not for the time being.
Officials added Tuesday that experts had predicted a fourth wave may occur between late March and April,… but for now, it hasn't happened.
They say that, if the country can vaccinate more than 10 million people by the end of June, South Korea might be able to contain the spread more effectively.
The remarks come as South Korea reported 478 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours.