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Vaccine doses given to 23% of S. Korea's population; 452 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday Updated: 2021-06-13 09:15:39 KST

And the latest on COVID-19 in South Korea first doses of vaccines were given on Saturday to 386-thousand more people.
This means that now first doses have been given to around 11.8 million people in total that is, around 23 percent of the population which puts the country within striking range of its goal of inoculating 14 million people by the end of this month.
On Sunday, the country reported 452 new cases of COVID-19, the number down to the 400s for the first time in five days.
It's a decline, but also there are fewer tests done on the weekend.
Around 78 percent of the new cases were in the greater capital region, including Seoul and Gyeonggi-do Province, though cluster infections continue to occur at offices, pubs and factories across the country.
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