Prime Minister Chung said this morning that COVID-19 vaccinations will start in the first quarter next year but on a limited basis.
He was speaking to local broadcaster KBS, saying that the vaccine made by AstraZeneca will be available no later than March, but those from Pfizer, Janssen and Moderna might not be available by then.
South Korea, he said, will soon have contracts with the latter three drugmakers.
The Prime Minister said that in the first quarter, vaccines for around 10 million people will arrive in the country in phases.

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