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South Korea Starts Easing Restrictions Related To COVID-19

South Korea on October 29, said that it's going to lift COVID-19 curbs in the country. The removal of restrictions will be done phase-wise, with the 1st ease being implemented on November 1. Notably, the country has reached its goal by vaccinating 70% of its population. Reportedly, vaccine passports will be implemented, for people to enter gyms, cafes, and other public venues in the country. 

Fri, 29 Oct 2021 - 06:02 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJA…

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