Input 2021.03.04 13:49 | Revision 2021.03.04 14:54
AstraZeneca vaccine, given twice every 8 to 12 weeks
To attend the June G7 summit, you need to get vaccinations in early April.
President Moon Jae-in is expected to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine. The Blue House said on the 4th that “President Moon is willing to get the AstraZeneca vaccine.” It is interpreted to be to stabilize the public as there are cases of death after vaccinating the AstraZeneca vaccine and increasing anxiety. However, the timing of vaccination has not been decided yet.
Regarding the vaccination timing, spokesman Kang said, “President Moon’s vaccination schedule will be determined in consideration of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention manual and diplomatic schedule.” I will decide.” Vaccines are given in the order set by the quarantine authorities, but if urgent departure is required, they may be given exceptionally quickly.
The UK, which is the chair of this year’s G7 summit, has decided to hold this year’s G7 summit in a face-to-face manner in June. The AstraZeneca vaccine should be given twice, 8 to 12 weeks apart. In order for President Moon to complete the vaccination before leaving the country to attend the G7 summit, it is expected that the first vaccination will be required at the latest in early April.