New corona19 confirmed yesterday (15th) 610 people were added, recording 600 people on the second day. The first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, which was temporarily suspended due to an imbalance in supply and demand, is scheduled to resume on the 22nd.
Reporter Lee Seong-hoon delivers the first news.
Of the 610 new corona19 confirmed yesterday, 572 were domestic outbreaks, excluding 38 from overseas.
After falling below 700 in three days, it remained at 600 for the second day.
By region, 379 people were confirmed in the metropolitan area, including 208 people in Seoul and 156 in Gyeonggi Province, and 193 people in non-metropolitan areas, including 44 in Gyeongnam, were tested positive.
Additional infections continue to emerge from existing outbreak cases.
The cumulative number of confirmed cases related to a kindergarten attached to an elementary school in Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do has increased to 11, including teachers and graduates, and 31 people have also been confirmed for foreigners' meetings in Gimhae, Gyeongnam.
In Jeju, at least 61 people were confirmed as the group infection confirmed by university athletes spread to karaoke rooms, PC rooms, bowling alleys, and college student meetings.
The number of deaths increased by 4, and the cumulative death toll reached 1,900.
1,269 people were added to the corona19 vaccine a day yesterday, and the total number of first-time vaccinators was 373,700.
7.3% of the population got the primary vaccine.
The number of people who completed the second vaccination was 935,000, or 1.8% of the domestic population.
The first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, which was temporarily suspended due to a temporary imbalance in supply and demand, will resume on the 22nd.
The government plans to complete the first dose of 13 million people by next month.