South Korea's daily COVID-19 cases fell below 15-hundred on Sunday with more than 70 percent of its population now fully vaccinated.
The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said Sunday that one-thousand-423 infections were reported throughout Saturday, raising the country's accumulative caseload to 351-thousand-899.
The daily tally dropped by 85 from the previous day and remained below two thousand for the 16th consecutive day.
Of the new cases, one-thousand-395 were local infections, while 28 were from overseas.
The capital region accounted for 80-point-nine percent of local cases at one-thousand-129. Non-capital areas added 266 cases.
Twenty-one deaths have been reported, raising the death toll to two-thousand-766. The fatality rate is zero-point-79 percent. The number of critically ill patients is down by eleven from the previous day to 316.