About 500 people remain in quarantine in North Korea

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Currently, about 500 people remain in quarantine throughout North Korea. Quarantine is removed strictly under the leadership of the State Committee for Emergency Disease Control.

The day before, the DPRK was assured that there was not a single case of infection in the country. This was stated by the director of the Epidemiological Disease Control Division of the National Center for Epidemic Control Park Myung-soo. According to him, such a result was achieved thanks to measures taken by the authorities, including of a preventive nature.

A meeting was recently convened in the DPRK to review a nationwide effort to combat the virus. It said that preventive work should be intensified – until the disease completely disappears on a global scale.

In late January, due to the threat of the spread of COVID-19, the DPRK authorities blocked the border with the PRC and tightened the inspection of arriving foreigners. In February, the quarantine period for foreigners, DPRK citizens who visited abroad, and those who contacted such people, was extended to 30 days.

Meanwhile, Italy has the worst situation in Europe – the number of deaths is already almost 14 thousand. The head of the European Commission apologized to the Italians for the lack of solidarity on the part of Europe. And Brussels only now promises to help Rome.

In Thailand, a curfew has been announced due to the epidemic. The President of the Philippines ordered the police to shoot to kill the violators of the quarantine. And the French Liberation accused the United States of buying masks. American emissaries allegedly slow down planes with cargo for other countries at foreign airports and pick up the entire batch, paying in cash in double size.


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