January 30, 2023

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After registering its first outbreak with the corona virus, North Korea uses severe isolation to eliminate the infection.

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North Korea confirmed on Thursday that it had registered the country’s first outbreak of the Kovit-19 virus, in a “serious national emergency” that President Kim Jong-un promised to “deal with” by implementing an “emergency isolation” system. .

The official Korean Central News Agency said the infection was “compatible” with Omigran, a mutant version of the highly contagious corona virus.

The agency quoted President Kim as saying that the country would “overcome” the Kovit-19 epidemic by implementing an “emergency” isolated regime.

During an emergency meeting of the Politburo, Kim stated that “the goal is to eradicate (the epidemic) roots in the short term.”

“Thanks to the high level of political awareness that people enjoy … we will certainly overcome the state of emergency and succeed in the emergency isolation program,” the company assured us.

Kim ordered strict border controls and epidemic control measures, calling on his citizens to “prevent the spread of the insidious virus by completely closing their neighborhoods in all cities and provinces across the country.”

The president also announced that every business unit would be “isolated” and all production and business activities would be organized to prevent the spread of the virus.

North Korea has completely closed its borders since the outbreak in 2020.

As of Thursday, Pyongyang had not announced any confirmed cases of COVID-19.

According to the World Health Organization, North Korea conducted 13,259 COVID-19 tests in 2020, all of which were negative.

Observers believe that North Korea’s health system is too weak to deal with large – scale epidemics.


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