The first Kovid cases were announced in North Korea: 6 people were declared dead

Announcing that the first coronavirus case has been detected since the beginning of the epidemic, North Korea announced the first deaths. Six people died in the country, which was declared a state of emergency against the epidemic.

North Korea also announced its deaths due to Kovid-19 after announcing the outbreak of the epidemic in the country for the first time in two years after the coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic and declaring a full shutdown in the capital.

North Korea’s official state agency KCNA announced that six people died in the country due to Kovid-19, and one of the dead was infected with the Omicron variant.

KCNA reported that 187,800 people have been isolated and treated since a fever epidemic of unknown origin began in the country since the end of April. It was stated that 350 thousand people showed symptoms of fever.

The North Korean government said that it was implementing maximum emergency measures to combat the epidemic in the capital Pyongyang.

Experts estimate that few people in the country of 26 million people may have been vaccinated.

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