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South Korea considers tighter border controls on omicron fears

COVID cases hit daily record as immunity wears off among elderly

A staff member guides a traveller on Tuesday at the arrival hall of Incheon International Airport near Seoul.   © Reuters

SEOUL -- South Korea is considering tightening border controls as COVID-19 cases hit another record in the country and global fears grow over the spread of the new omicron variant.

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