South Korea will not require travellers from China to test for COVID-19 after arrival, starting next month.
South Korea has been easing its COVID-19 restrictions, citing an improved situation in the country.
Kim Sung-ho, a vice-ministerial official at South Korea’s Ministry of Interior and Safety, said on Wednesday; “Additional easing of quarantine measures appear possible.
"This is as the positive rate among arrivals from China has dropped from 18.4 per cent in the first week of January to 0.6 per cent in the third week of February."
Mandatory PCR tests before departure for passengers from China will remain in place until March 10, Kim said.
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