China News Service, March 14. According to a report by Korea Radio International, the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on the 13th that due to the global spread of the Omicron mutant strain, the global travel safety policy issued for all countries and regions will be extended again from the 14th. Special warning for a period of one month.

  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea said that if there is no emergency, it hopes that citizens can cancel or postpone overseas travel plans during this period as much as possible.

It is hoped that foreign nationals will pay special attention to personal safety and try not to be exposed to the risk of infection.

  According to the report, the special global travel safety warning is designed to deal with short-term emergency and dangerous situations, and the intensity is between the second travel safety warning (go with caution) to the third travel safety warning (recommend evacuation).

On March 23, 2020, the South Korean government issued a special global travel safety warning for the first time and continued to extend it by one month.

  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea stated that it will comprehensively consider factors such as global new crown epidemic trends, changes in domestic epidemic prevention policies and entry restrictions in other countries, and will re-transform to a management system that issues travel warnings based on the conditions of various countries next month.