Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers

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Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers

SEOUL, Nov. 30 (Yonhap) -- The following are the top headlines from major South Korean newspapers on Nov. 30.

Korean-language dailies

-- Return to normal life stops at current stage, hesitancy to strengthen antivirus measures (Kyunghyang Shinmun)

-- Omicron spreads to 5 continents, each country imposes restrictions again (Kookmin Daily)

-- Omicron emergency: S. Korea expands booster shot program, Japan bans foreign arrivals (Donga Ilbo)

-- All COVID-19 patients to be treated at home, booster shots for people aged 18-49 (Seoul Shinmun)

-- Omicron breaks into North America, Moon calls it 'critical moment' (Segye Times)

-- Due to failure to secure hospital beds, gov't tells patients to be treated at home (Chosun Ilbo)

-- Due to bed shortage, new COVID-19 cases are basically to be treated at home (JoongAng Ilbo)

-- Second-stage return to normal life delayed; to be considered fully vaccinated, third jabs are required (Hankyoreh)

-- Patients are basically to be treated at home, special measures are rolled out without strengthening antivirus measures (Hankook Ilbo)

-- Third jabs are required to be fully vaccinated, all cases are to be treated at home (Maeil Business Newspaper)

-- Japan bans foreign arrivals, S. Korea to administer booster shots to people aged 18 and older (Korea Economic Daily)

English-language dailies

-- Moon urges everyone to get booster shots (Korea JoongAng Daily)

-- S. Korea to closely monitor omicron woes on financial market (Korea Herald)

-- No candidate is dominant about 3 months to election (Korea Times)

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