IMPACT – MEDIUM
The South Korean government has announced that it will tighten its testing requirements for all international travelers.
Additional Information: Test results must be in English or Korean. If the test result is in another language, a translated copy in English or Korean must be submitted with the original certificate. More information regarding the increased testing requirements is available here.
BAL Analysis: Travel restrictions and health requirements may change with little to no notice. Individuals are encouraged to check entry requirements posted on specific South Korean consulates’ websites before traveling. The response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, and BAL will provide additional updates as information becomes available.
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