North Korea claims it’s COVID-free in latest WHO report

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North Korea says it has not detected COVID-19 in the country after testing over 28,000 people, according to a newly updated report by the World Health Organization (WHO). reports citing foreign media, North Korea stated that it tested 738 people for the coronavirus between May 14 and May 20, including 153 that had “influenza-like illness and/or severe acute respiratory symptoms,” but none have tested positive for the virus.

2021.05.31 / 13:14
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