South Korea: Covid Numbers Reach Record Peak Despite 92% of Adults Fully 'Vaccinated'


Korea’s soaring number of Covid infections follows the exact pattern we see in other areas with very high rates of mRNA injections of the population.

South Korea was hailed in 2020 as the champion of Covid control. At first, the country had much lower case counts and deaths than most European countries. Then came the experimental “vaccines.”

On Thursday, South Korea, which is almost entirely “vaccinated,” announced that it would reinstate stricter social distancing rules. The decision comes after the number of new infections and serious cases spiral out of control.


The government will be imposing the country’s strictest corona restrictions since the pandemic’s beginning. On January 2, 2022, gatherings will be limited to four people as long as they are fully vaccinated. In addition, restaurants, cafes, and bars will be forced to close by 9 p.m., while movie theatres and internet cafes are open until 10 p.m.

The tighter restrictions will leave few options for the unvaccinated. They will be mandated to dine out alone or rely on takeout.


Cases Soar Despite 92% of the Population Receiving Two Jabs.

South Korea was only six weeks into its newly implemented “living With COVID-19” policy, which had placed no restrictions on opening hours and allowed gatherings of up to eight people regardless of their “vaccination” status.


The number of new Covid cases has almost quadrupled since last month. In addition, the number of severe cases has tripled, despite more than 92 percent of South Korean adults being fully “vaccinated.”


The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) registered more than 7850 new cases on Tuesday, setting a new daily record. The following day they reported 7,622 cases, and last week, more than 7,000 cases were reported for the first time.


The number of serious cases has reached an all-time high, with some 87 percent of intensive care unit beds taken up in the Seoul metropolitan area and about 81 percent in use nationwide. In addition, many ‘breakthrough infections’ are registered.


Daily Confirmed COVID-19 Cases per million people

Below is a graph of South Korea’s 7-day rolling average. According to Our World Data’s site, the number of confirmed cases is even lower than the actual number of infections due to limited testing.


‘Vaccinated’ Areas See Spike In Covid Cases

Korea’s soaring number of Covid infections follows the exact pattern we see in other areas with very high rates of mRNA injections of the population. Three of the most ‘vaccinated’ countries, Lithuania, Waterford, Ireland, and Gibraltar, also had to go into new lockdowns due to massive Covid infection spikes.


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