South Korea to Lift Quarantine Requirements from 1st April 2022

Starting 1st April 2022, South Korea will allow fully vaccinated travelers to enter the country without quarantine measures.

3 tests are required to travel to South Korea:
1 RT-PCR test 48 hours before departure
1 RT-PCR test on arrival (within 24h, at the airport or a medical center)
1 antigenic test at Day 6 of the arrival (self-testing is allowed)
In addition, all travelers must obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization
(K-ETA) & fill out a Q-CODE form before arriving in the country.

The Q-Code system will ask travelers:
Passport information
Vaccine records
Travel information
All these conditions also apply to children from 6 years old.

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