People wait in line to get tested for COVID-19 in Seoul, South Korea, March 17, 2022. Photo: THX/VNA
Specifically, two XE infections and one XM infection were detected in this country.
Early studies showed that XE – a recombinant sub-variant between the BA.1 and BA.2 sublines of Omicron – had an infection rate about 10% higher than that of Omicron.
This is worrisome news in the context that Korea has just lifted most of its COVID-19 prevention and control regulations on March 18 to support small business owners to overcome the effects of the epidemic and step by step. bring life back to normal.
South Korea is also planning to reopen all schools from kindergarten to high school from May.
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