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South Korea’s Ministry of Defense informs the U.S. military: Korean personnel in the U.S. military in South Korea can be vaccinated

Three U.S. soldiers in South Korea and two U.S. Department of Defense officials in South Korea were diagnosed with COVID-19.

The commander of the U.S. military in South Korea was vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.

Yonhap News Agency reported on December 30 that the South Korean Ministry of National Defense informed the U.S. military on the 30th that it could vaccinate Korean personnel of the U.S. military in South Korea against the novel coronavirus.

South Korea’s Ministry of Defense said on the same day that the South Korean side asked the U.S. military to inform the subjects of follow-up measures such as abnormal reactions, treatment and other possible after vaccination, adopt the principle of voluntary vaccination, and provide a list of inoculated personnel.

According to the South Korean Ministry of Defense, according to the internal arrangements of the U.S. military in South Korea, relevant personnel can be vaccinated as soon as today.

The United States is considering a plan to classify Korean personnel in the South Korean-American Joint Division, South Korean-American Joint Command and other organizations except the South Korean Support Corps Regional Team Non-commissioned Officers (KATUSA) to the vaccination target.

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