With ~80% of the entire population fully vaccinated and a mask mandate with 99% compliance, cases in South Korea are the highest they’ve ever been, but the good news is that experts and politicians are bringing back mask mandates and vaccine passports to stop COVID
South Korea are doing a fantastic job because its not full of people rehashing the same argument time and time again and rules are followed with a minimum of fuss.Thats why its had less of a situation than most other countries.
South Korea is 149th in covid death rate, and only 3500 people have died over the length of the pandemic. And like 30 people a day are dying from covid, right now - so the government is trying to stop it from getting worse. What is the problem?
I swear some people are so bad at math. As you near 100% vaccinated, then most of your cases are going to be vaccinated people. Why do people constantly think it’s a home run to show vaccinated people getting COVID?