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South Korea requires travelers prove negative test following threat of new coronavirus strain

South Korea requires travelers prove negative test following threat of new coronavirus strain
South Korea will require all foreign travelers, including U.S. military personnel headed to South Korea on the Patriot Express or commercial flights, to present proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within 72 hours before their departure.

South Korea requires travelers prove negative test following threat of new coronavirus strain U.service members and their families exit the Patriot Express at Osan Air Base, South Korea, Wednesday, Oct.OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea – All U.military personnel inbound for South Korea must abide by a new requirement to present proof of a negative coronavirus test upon their arrival starting Friday, according to U.

South Korea will require all foreign travelers to present proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, coronavirus test taken within 72 hours before their departure for South Korea, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Dec.Of nearly 500 cases of the coronavirus reported by USFK during the pandemic, the majority of them, 464, were individuals arriving in South Korea on either the Patriot Express or commercial flights into Incheon International Airport.

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