Incheon Daily Report [September 17, 2021]
141 new confirmed cases in Incheon (13,904 in total)
[as of 00:00 am]
Contact case outside Incheon
Cluster Infection (24)
*[Gyeyang-gu] 3 related to a construction site and 1 related to a medical institution
*[Yeonsu-gu] 1 related to a middle school and 1 related to the construction industry
*[Bupyeong-gu] 4 related to company A and 2 related to company B
*[Namdong-gu] 2 related to a medical institution and 1 related to a nursing hospital
*[Seo-gu] 1 related to an insurance company and 2 related to a daycare center
*[Jung-gu] 5 related to a bus garage
*[Michuhol-gu] 1 related to singing rooms & bars
○ COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out in Incheon (as of 00:00, Sept. 17)
- By percentage of population: Received the 1st dose - 67.9% / Fully vaccinated: 39.3%
*The above figures are tentative statistics variable depending on vaccination registration status.
○ No-show vaccines are available for second COVID-19 shots (from Sept.17)
- Any medical institutions with no-show vaccines get same-day reservations through social media (within vaccination intervals)
○ Janssen COVID-19 vaccines for foreign nationals residing in Korea
□ Eligibility: Foreign residents (aged 30 or older, incl. illegal residents)
· Registered: Present Residence Card
· Non-registered: Present Passport (expired passport is also acceptable)
※ Except for short-term visitors, who are staying in Korea for less than 90 days for tourism, etc.
□ Period: Mon. Aug. 23 - Fri. Sept. 17, 2021
□ Place: Local public health center of residential address (closed on weekends)
□ Procedure: Registration and vaccination take place on the same day
[Key City Affairs]
○ Comprehensive measures for safe Chuseok holidays
- To increase operation of express buses, intercity buses, and coastal liners
- To temporarily allow parking and stopping around traditional markets
- To continue the operation of COVID-19 screening clinics, temporary screening stations, and vaccination centers
○ Five ways to prevent COVID-19 infections
1. Stay at home for three to four days when you are sick.
2. Keep a safe distance of two arms-length from others.
3. Wash your hands for at least 30 seconds and cover your mouth and nose with your sleeves when coughing.
4. Ventilate at least twice a day and disinfect regularly.
5. Stay socially connected while being physically distant.
COVID-19 Vaccination, the fastest and safest way to protect each other.
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