Coronavirus caught pace in North Korea, cases are coming out in large numbers

17 May, 2022

The corona epidemic is spreading rapidly in North Korea, its expansion continues. At the same time, according to the official news agency KCNA, during the last 24 hours, 2 lakh 69 thousand 510 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the country.

During this, 1 lakh 70 thousand 460 patients of Corona have also been corrected and six deaths have also been registered. According to information received from the State Emergency Epidemic Prevention Headquarters, there are now 14 lakh 83 thousand 060 corona infected patients in the country.

Kim Jong Un criticises Health authorities 

According to the report, Kim Jong Un has fully activated the Pandemic Response Team. Along with this, the army has been ordered to help in distributing the medicine. Kim Jong Un has strongly criticised the health authorities for the increasing cases of Corona. He said that efforts to contain the epidemic seem to be unsuccessful. 

There has been a failure to keep pharmacies open 24/7 especially to dispense medicine. He ordered the army to immediately ensure the supply of medicines to Pyongyang. Kim himself is keeping an eye on the situation of Corona in the country. Also participating in daily emergency Politburo meetings. He said that Kovid is causing great upheaval in the country.

North Korea not vaccinated properly

Experts say that North Korea's failure to stop the spread of the corona virus due to its poor medical system could prove to be dangerous for it. It is said that most of the people in North Korea with a population of 26 million have not been vaccinated.

North Korea has also turned down an offer to seek help from the United Nations' Kovax vaccine delivery program. North Korea confirmed the first case of coronavirus on Thursday, more than two years after the outbreak of the Kovid-19 epidemic.

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