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North Korea reports 54,610 more people with fever symptoms—KCNA

/ 12:05 PM June 08, 2022
North Korea reports 54,610 more people with fever symptoms—KCNA

People wearing protective face masks walk amid concerns over the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in front of Pyongyang Station in Pyongyang, North Korea April 27, 2020, in this photo released by Kyodo. Kyodo/via REUTERS (FILE PHOTO)

SEOUL — North Korea on Wednesday reported more than 54,610 new people showing fever symptoms amid the reclusive nation’s first-ever COVID-19 outbreak, state media KCNA said.



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