South Korea Lifts Quarantine On Unvaccinated Travelers Entering The Country

South Korean Prime Minister Han Deok-soo announced on June 3rd that the quarantine requirement for foreign arrivals who have not been vaccinated against the CCP virus will be lifted as of June 8, in the meantime, restrictions imposed on international flights will begin to be lifted as well.

Han said that the 7-day quarantine for unvaccinated foreign visitors will be completely revoked as of June 8th, but passengers will still be required to have a negative nucleic acid certificate before entering the country and need to be tested again 72 hours after entry. Meanwhile, all the restrictions imposed on international flights at Incheon International Airport will be lifted on June 8 to ensure immediate flight operations. Han emphasized that the relaxation of restrictions is due to the fact that the CCP virus pandemic in South Korea has stabilized and the confirmed cases have continued to decline significantly.

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