November 17th. According to Korean media reports, as Coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world, South Korea once again extended the special warning for global tourism by one month.
South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on the 17th that the government decided to extend the special warning period for global travel issued to South Korean citizens from November 17 to December 17.
Prior to this, the South Korean government first issued a special warning for global tourism on March 23, and then extended the period month by month. It is still possible to extend the warning period again depending on the epidemic situation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea stated that it takes into account the global spread of the epidemic, the statement of the World Health Organization on the global pandemic status of the epidemic, the implementation of entry restrictions in most countries and regions, the suspension of many international routes, and the prevention of overseas epidemic imports. , Decided to extend the travel warning again.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea recommends that South Korean citizens who plan to travel abroad during this period cancel or postpone their exit plans, remind citizens staying overseas to strictly abide by the hygiene and epidemic prevention rules, avoid unnecessary going out, and keep distance from others.