Special committee as part of latest 'with COVID-19' strategy kicks off on Wednesday
Updated: 2021-10-13 08:20:27 KST
To expedite the process of a return to normal life, the South Korean government launched a special committee on Wednesday.
The committee made up of 40 government officials and civilians has been created to find ways to gradually return to normal by November.
The first meeting kicked off early morning on Wednesday at the Central Government Complex where the chair, Prime Minister Kim Boo-kyum said he will discuss whether a vaccine pass should be introduced.
The committee is also set to discuss key objectives ranging from economic recovery to changing quarantine measures.