COVID-19 Vaccination Program (Q3)

○ Direction

  • - Complete 1st dose vaccination for 6.7 million (70% of all citizens) by the end of September
  • - Support full school attendance for second semester through vaccination of workers in education and childcare
  • - Vaccination prioritized for seniors in their 50s through July to August
  • - Customized plan for vaccination blind spots: those who find it difficult to book reservations or make visits for vaccination, including the elderly and people with disabilities staying at home, people with developmental disabilities, and the homeless
  • - Establishment of additional vaccination centers (10 centers in total) and expansion of vaccination capacity by carrying out vaccination at Pfizer and Moderna consigned medical institutions
  • - Seeking the return to ordinary daily life and prevention of disease transmission through linking the vaccination goal with the level of disease control and prevention measures

○ Vaccination schedule for the 3rd quarter

* Establishment of a vaccination plan reflecting the type of vaccine as soon as the vaccine introduction schedule (about 80 million doses) is confirmed

Vaccination schedule for the 3rd quarter
Recipients Institution Period
- Those who have not been vaccinated among those aged 60 to 74 who have booked reservations in advance in June Early July
- Those who have not been vaccinated among those who have booked reservations in advance, such as essential social workers (under age 30), in June Vaccination center July 5–17
- High school senior class and faculty Consigned medical institution
Vaccination center
Week of July 19 (Pfizer)
- Teachers and care workers of daycare centers, kindergartens, elementary and middle schools July (Pfizer & Moderna)
- Ages 55 to 59 Consigned medical institution Vaccination center Starting July 26
- The elderly and people with disabilities staying at home, people with developmental disabilities, and the homeless who find it difficult to move July
- Autonomous vaccination of local governments
· Targets selected through the separate plan within the allocated quantity of vaccines
Public health center
Vaccination center
End of July
- Ages 50 to 54 Consigned medical institution
Vaccination center
Early August
- Ages 18 to 49 August
- Students preparing for university entrance exams Vaccination center
Consigned medical institution
August
- Separate vaccination at workplaces
· Major manufacturing factories, such as steel and automotive industries
· On-site workers + partners
Workplace
Clinic
August

○ Major Pursuits

  • - (Mixed vaccination) Those who have received 1st dose vaccination early and will received their 2nd dose vaccination at a consigned medical institution will receive the Pfizer vaccine in July; (those who want to be vaccinated with AZ can be vaccinated after the 4th week of July at a consigned medical institution)
  • - (KI-PASS + vaccination certificate) Improvement of convenience through integrating QR electronic pass (KI-PASS) and vaccination certificate (by 7 companies, including Kakao and NAVER; July 12)
  • - (Multilingual services for vaccination certificate) 20 languages will be available for the vaccination certificate, starting with English in July, followed by Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, and more (by September)
  • - (Expansion of the functions of electronic vaccination verification app (COOV)) Provision of integrated service, including online reservation, electronic pre-examination questionnaire, and questions on health conditions (starting July)
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