North Korea testing, quarantining for COVID-19, says no cases: WHO

North Korea testing, quarantining for COVID-19, says no cases: WHO

According to the WHO representative in North Korea, 709 people - 11 foreigners and 698 nationals - had been tested as of April 2 for COVID-19, with no positive cases being confirmed. ’Since December 31, 24,842 people have been released from quarantine, which includes 380 foreigners,’ he said. The WHO has been informed that North Korea has received diagnostic test from China and Russia.

Chris
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Jus Saying
Jus Saying 1 months

Sure, like China has no more deaths from Coronavirus.

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