(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) South Korea's first dose of new crown vaccination number exceeds 14 million, and the third quarter vaccination plan announced

  China News Service, Seoul, June 17 (Reporter Liu Xu) The South Korean New Coronary Vaccination Promotion Team stated on the 17th that according to preliminary statistics, as of noon that day, the total number of people receiving the first dose of the new crown vaccine in South Korea was 14,043,490, accounting for approximately With 27.3% of the total population, the target of the number of people to be vaccinated in the first half of the year set by the South Korean government was achieved ahead of schedule.

On May 7, South Korea's Incheon International Airport staff strictly implemented epidemic prevention measures.

According to a report from the South Korean Central Anti-epidemic Countermeasures Headquarters on the 7th, as of 0:00 that day, South Korea had newly confirmed 525 new cases of new coronary pneumonia compared with the previous day, and a total of 126044 cases were confirmed.

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  According to the cumulative number of vaccinations, the cumulative number of vaccinated persons exceeded 1 million on April 5, 3 million on April 29, 7 million on June 4, 8 million on June 7, and June 10. It reached 10 million, and it broke through 13 million on June 15.

  On the same day, the South Korean New Crown Vaccination Promotion Group announced the "third quarter new crown vaccination plan."

According to the plan, the South Korean government will vaccinate 36 million people (about 70% of the total population) with the first dose of vaccine before the end of September. For this reason, the first dose of vaccination for 22 million people must be completed within the third quarter.

  Specifically, the South Korean government will administer the new crown vaccine to ordinary people aged 18 to 59 in the second half of the year. Before the start of vaccination for ordinary adults, the government will first administer approximately 170,000 people who have not been vaccinated in July. Vaccination.

The South Korean government has also formulated a vaccination plan for the elderly, severely disabled, developmentally disabled, and homeless people who have difficulty in getting to the vaccination sites. Mobile travel support services or home vaccination services can be provided as early as September.

  Zheng Yinjing, head of the South Korean new crown vaccination promotion team, called on the public to actively participate in vaccination in the order of appointment, and jointly promote the realization of herd immunization goals in November.