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Moon aims to inoculate 70% of population by Q3 Updated: 2021-06-07 14:12:21 KST

President Moon Jae-in wants South Korea to have given first doses of coronavirus vaccines to 70 percent of its population by the third quarter of this year.
Chairing a meeting on the government's COVID-19 response, Moon said that people in their fifties, school teachers and high school seniors will be able to get their vaccines in the third quarter.
If things go as planned, South Korea would achieve herd immunity sooner than the government had originally hoped for,… which would enable people to enjoy their summer vacations and the thanksgiving holiday Chuseok with their families.
Moon promised to secure vaccine sovereignty for South Korea by purchasing products that have a high chance of reaching phase three of clinical trials in the third quarter and by supporting development of domestic vaccines.
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