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COVID-19 Vaccination for International Students in Korea
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COVID-19 Vaccination for International Students in Korea


 Vaccination for Persons Aged 18 to 49
 Eligible recipients: Koreans and foreign nationals aged 18 to 49*(i.e. those who were born between Jan. 1, 1972 and Dec. 31, 2003)
* Those previously prioritized for vaccination (e.g. essential and high-risk facility workers) are not applicable.
 How to get vaccinated: Make a reservation at a vaccination center of your choice for a date of your choice
 Vaccine for administration: Pfizer or Moderna (i.e. mRNA COVID-19 vaccine) 
 Vaccination center: Designated health facilities or vaccination centers


 Reservation System
  Holders of National Health Insurance
 Making a reservation: A 10-day rotation reservation period* during which you will make a reservation online** or by phone (call 1339 or a local call center***) based on the last digit of your date of birth (format: YYYY/MM/DD) will begin on August 9, 2021.
* Allocation of a reservation date based on the last digit in date of birth (i.e. 10-day rotation reservation applies to both reservations made via phone-call and visit)
For example, if the last digit of your date of birth (YYYY/MM/DD) is "9," you will make your reservation on August 9.
** You can visit the official website (
http://ncvr.kdaca.go.kr) to book an appointment for vaccination, which involves a simple online self-authentication process (i.e. You are required to make your own online reservation as no one can do it for you; and only one digital device is allowed to be used per person for reservation).
*** Reservation can be made via call centers run by municipal governments. However, it is advisable to make the reservation through someone who can speak Korean as interpretation service is not available.
If you've subscribed to the National Health Insurance in July this year or later, then you may be categorized as a non-subscriber.  In this case, please call 1339 to make a reservation at a designated health facilities. 
                                   

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Aug. 8

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Reservation day (last digit "9")

Reservation day (last digit "0")

Reservation day (last digit "1")

Reservation day (last digit "2")

Reservation day (last digit "3")

Reservation day (last digit "4")

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Reservation day (last digit "5")

Reservation day (last digit "6")

Reservation day (last digit "7")

Reservation day (last digit "8")

Reservation day (age group 36-49)

Reservation day (age group 18-35)

Reservation day (age group 18-49)

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Vaccination (until Sep. 30)

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Sep. 1

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Sep. 30


* The type of vaccine to be administered and vaccination schedule may change according to vaccine availability.
 Schedule: Make a reservation during the set 10-day rotation period (August 9 - 18), and receive your vaccination on your selected date between August 26 and September 30. (You may choose to make a reservation at either a contracted medical center or a vaccination center.)
* You can make your reservation from 8:00 p.m. on your allocated reservation day to 6:00 p.m. on the following day.


<10-Day Rotation Reservation Schedule>


Reservation period

Vaccine recipients

(Last digit of your date of birth)

Reservation period

Vaccine recipients

(Last digit of your date of birth)

8 p.m. August 9th
6 p.m. August 10 th

9

8 p.m. August 14th
6 p.m. August 15 th

4

8 p.m. August 10th
6 p.m. August 11 th

0

8 p.m. August 15th
6 p.m. August 16 th

5

8 p.m. August 11th
6 p.m. August 12 th

1

8 p.m. August 16th
6 p.m. August 17 th

6

8 p.m. August 12th
6 p.m. August 13 th

2

8 p.m. August 17th
6 p.m. August 18 th

7

8 p.m. August 13th
6 p.m. August 14 th

3

8 p.m. August 18th
6 p.m. August 19 th

8


- How to make a reservation after the 10-day rotation period: Eligible persons are able to make a reservation based on age from August 19 to 20. In addition, from August 21 to September 17, all eligible persons can make or change their reservations. These reservation periods are open to those who missed their initial 10-day rotation reservation window.
Non-holders of National Health Insurance
  Making a reservation: A 10-day rotation reservation period* during which you will make a reservation online** based on the last digit of your date of birth (format: YYYY/MM/DD) will begin on August 9, 2021. You must reserve your vaccination at a vaccination center.
* Allocation of a reservation date based on the last digit in date of birth (i.e. 10-day rotation reservation applies to both reservations made via phone-call and visit)
For example, if the last digit of your date of birth (YYYY/MM/DD) is "9," you will make your reservation on August 9.
** You can visit the official website (
http://ncvr.kdaca.go.kr) to book an appointment for vaccination, which involves a simple online self-authentication process (i.e. You are required to make your own online reservation as no one can do it for you; and only one digital device is allowed to be used per person for reservation)
- If you don't have access to the internet, you can make your reservation by calling a public health center or a call center run by a municipal government. In this case, youre allowed to have someone else make your reservation for you, unlike online reservation.
- If you have difficulty in making an online reservation for any reason (e.g. problems related to self-authentication and/or alien registration number, etc.), you can either visit or call a public health center to register as a vaccination recipient, and then make an on-site reservation at a vaccination center for your injection.

- If you currently do not have an alien registration number, you can visit a public health center to receive a temporary registration number, which involves the submission of your personal information (but short-term travelers staying in Korea for no longer than 90 days are exempted), to make your reservation for vaccination.
 Schedule: Make a reservation during the set 10-day rotation period (August 9 - 18), and receive your vaccination on your selected date from August 26 to September 30.
* You can make your reservation from 8:00 p.m. on your allocated reservation day to 6:00 p.m. on the following day.


<10-Day Rotation Reservation Schedule>

Reservation period

Vaccine recipients

(Last digit of your date of birth)

Reservation period

Vaccine recipients

(Last digit of your date of birth)

8 p.m. August 9th
6 p.m. August 10 th

9

8 p.m. August 14th
6 p.m. August 15 th

4

8 p.m. August 10th
6 p.m. August 11 th

0

8 p.m. August 15th
6 p.m. August 16 th

5

8 p.m. August 11th
6 p.m. August 12 th

1

8 p.m. August 16th
6 p.m. August 17 th

6

8 p.m. August 12th
6 p.m. August 13 th

2

8 p.m. August 17th
6 p.m. August 18 th

7

8 p.m. August 13th
6 p.m. August 14 th

3

8 p.m. August 18th
6 p.m. August 19 th

8


* Making a reservation after the 10-day rotation period: Eligible persons are able to make a reservation based on age from August 19 to 20. In addition, from August 21 to September 17, all eligible persons can make or change their reservations. These reservation periods are open to those who missed their initial 10-day rotation reservation window.


 Vaccination for all those Unvaccinated
 Vaccination for all those unvaccinated: As per the January 28 COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, 36 million people will have been vaccinated by the third quarter of 2021, and vaccination for all those unvaccinated will begin in the fourth quarter.
– Eligible recipients: All those unvaccinated* aged 18 or over
* All unvaccinated persons, regardless of the reason for not being vaccinated, will be given an opportunity for vaccination.
– Vaccine for administration: To be determined as the vaccination dates approach
– Schedule: After the completion of vaccination for those aged 18 to 49
*  Detailed schedule will be announced depending on vaccine supplies and the vaccination rates of those aged 18 to 49.
– How to get vaccinated: Make a reservation and get a vaccination at a designated health facility or vaccination center.






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