North Korea Reveals COVID-19 Outbreak

More than two years into the pandemic, one of the world's most isolated nations confirmed its first case of coronavirus. Nearly 400,000 North Koreans are said to have a "fever" and dozens have already died. Experts worry the lack of available medicine in the country could result in a major health crisis, especially since none of the population are vaccinated.

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    What we know (and don't know) about North Korea's Covid outbreak

    What we know (and don't know) about North Korea's Covid outbreak

    (CNN) — North Korea's first-reported Covid-19 outbreak is the "greatest turmoil" to befall the country since its founding more than 70 years ago, according to its leader Kim Jong Un, as the isolated and impoverished nation scrambles to curb the spread of a highly transmissible virus that risks …

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