South Korea is reporting record highs in the number of new COVID-19 cases and critically ill patients after easing restrictions on movements earlier this month.
Nearly 80 percent of the population has received anti-coronavirus inoculations.
Health officials say that may be due to waning immunity among those who received the jab and are considering reimposing social movement curbs.
Al Jazeeras Florence Looi has more.
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