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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea urged citizens to get vaccinated against influenza and reduce the chances of an outbreak that coincides with the battle on the coronavirus, as it kicked off free inoculations for the last eligible group.
SEOUL: Lee Kun-hee, the charismatic leader of Samsung Group, South Korea’s biggest conglomerate, died on Sunday, the company said, six years he was hospitalised for a heart attack.
WHY are Chinese nationals as young as 35 retiring in droves and choosing the Philippines as their retirement home? What would make them give up gainful work in the prime of their lives, and prematurely decamp to a country that is worlds away from the might and sophistication of their superpower nation, now the second biggest economy in the world and poised to overtake the United States?
SEOUL (Reuters) - The number of South Koreans who have died after getting flu shots has risen to 48, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said on Saturday, adding that the vaccines would continue to reduce the chance of having simultaneous epidemics.
SEOUL (Reuters): At least 13 South Koreans have died after receiving flu shots in recent days, according to official and local media reports, ramping up fears about vaccine safety even as authorities rule out a link.
SEOUL (Reuters): Five people have died after getting flu shots in South Korea in the past week, authorities said, raising concerns over the vaccine's safety just as the seasonal inoculation programme is expanded to head off potential Covid-19 complications.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Five people have died after getting flu shots in South Korea in the past week, authorities said, raising concerns over the vaccine's safety just as the seasonal inoculation programme is expanded to head off potential COVID-19 complications.
INTEL Corp has stumbled lately. To right itself, the semiconductor giant needs to get back to basics and prioritise its main business. An exit from the memory industry will help that effort.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has sent an offering to the controversial Yasukuni Shrine for war dead to coincide with its autumn festival, public broadcaster NHK reported on Saturday.