South Korea offers quarantine-free travel as Asia’s ‘zero-Covid’ economies stay isolated

As much of the world went into lockdown last year during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, South Korea bucked the trend with a strategy aimed at keeping as much of its economy open as possible.More than 18 months into the global health crisis, it is once again blazing a trail as a rare example of an Asia-Pacific economy now taking concrete steps to reopen its borders.Since Thursday, fully vaccinated visitors have been able to skip an otherwise compulsory two week-quarantine if they are…

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