South Korea's third wave of COVID-19 continues to subside from its peak last month as 392 new cases have been reported on Sunday.
Around 400 is where it's been for the past few days.
But the authorities are expressing concern because the proportion of cases in which the route of infection is unknown is around 20 percent.
For the first time in Korea, a pet has tested positive for the virus.
A kitten at a church in the city of Jinju was confirmed to be infected on Thursday.
The prime minister has ordered the health authorities to look into the possibility of transmissions between humans and animals.
This coming Thursday, they're going to unveil detailed vaccination plans including specific inocuation dates and who can get the vaccine when rollout starts next month.
South Korea has secured, in theory, enough vaccines for 56 million people with more in the works.
Doses for the first 50-thousand people are expected to arrive in early February.