Kim Jong Un called North Korea’s COVID-19 outbreak a “great shock”

Leader of the DPRK Kim Jong Un called the outbreak of the coronavirus disease in the country a “great shock”. According to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Saturday, doctors recorded 21 new deaths due to COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 27.

The leader of the DPRK called the spread of coronavirus in the country “a great shock since the founding of the republic,” writes KCNA.

On Thursday, the KsNAK news agency reported that a subtype of the omicron strain BA.2, also known as stealth omicron, was found in the territory of the people’s republic.

By May 13, 174 thousand people with fever were identified in the DPRK. At the same time, the total number of people infected since the end of April is more than 524 thousand. Of these, over 280 thousand people are being treated.

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