Passengers entering the Republic of Korea must pass a PCR test within 24 hours upon arrival
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Starting from 26 July this year, passengers entering the Republic of Korea must pass a PCR test within 24 hours upon arrival in the Republic. It is worth noting that earlier the deadline for passing the test was three days.
Citizens of the Republic of Korea, as well as foreign persons residing in the territory of the state on a long-term basis, can be tested free of charge at medical institutions under local administrations.
Passengers visiting the country for a short period can take a PCR test for a fee at special airport centers.