[Seoul Yonhap News]The Korean government has received 700,000 new coronavirus vaccines (350,000 people) made by Pfizer from Israel in advance, and has signed a “vaccine exchange” agreement to return them sequentially from September to November. Concluded with. The government’s Vaccine Introduction Task Force (TF, special team) announced on the 6th. The 700,000 vaccines provided by Israel under the agreement will arrive in South Korea on the morning of the 7th and will be used for vaccination from the 13th. According to the TF, Israel has decided to exchange Pfizer vaccines it owns with South Korea until the end of this month.