South Korea holds virus vaccination drill

10 February 2021
2021-02-10 14:27

South Korea held a coronavirus vaccination drill in Seoul on Tuesday ahead of the start of vaccination to practice handling mock vaccines and demonstrate caring for side effects. The mock drill included nurses handling and administering mock vaccines. People wore masks and practiced social distancing as they had their temperatures checked and waited for a mock jab.

The South Korean government said it may start vaccinating people from as early as the third week of February. The government plans to run 250 vaccination centers across the country. Head of the Central Vaccination Center said 150,000 people could be vaccinated per day.

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