South Korea to lift post-entry PCR testing requirement tomorrow

South Korea to lift post-entry PCR testing requirement tomorrow

2 months ago

SEOUL – South Korea will remove a Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing requirement for inbound travellers on the first day of their arrival amid the waning virus wave, authorities said today.

The measure will take effect tomorrow, Yonhap news agency reported.

Currently, a PCR test is a must for inbound travellers within the first 24 hours of their entry into the country.

The decision means the removal of all antivirus restrictions regarding inbound travellers, it reported. Earlier this month, South Korea removed the mandatory pre-departure testing requirement for outbound travellers.

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