Over in India, the total number of COVID-19 cases neared 20 million on Monday.
Daily infections reached more than 300-thousand for 12 days in a row.
The South Korean government announced its decision to return more than 300 South Korean nationals from that country.
1-hundred-73 people will brought back on Tuesday on an Indian airline.
2-hundred-11 more on Friday through Asiana Airlines.
Last month, South Korea banned regular flights from India to keep out the Indian variant of the virus.
Everyone on this week's flights must get a PCR test within 72 hours of boarding, and on the day of arrival in Korea.
They must self-isolate for two weeks and be tested at least three times before being released.