Fear of Corona again: Corona test in North Korea, more than 18,000 cases registered

North Korea , North Korea Covid-19 More than 18,000 cases of corona virus have been reported in India. So far eight people have died in the process. Yonhap News Agency quoted North Korean state media as saying. Earlier on Thursday, North Korea said it had for the first time in two years coronavirus pandemic The […]
 


Fear of Corona again: Corona test in North Korea, more than 18,000 cases registered

North Korea , North Korea Covid-19 More than 18,000 cases of corona virus have been reported in India. So far eight people have died in the process. Yonhap News Agency quoted North Korean state media as saying. Earlier on Thursday, North Korea said it had for the first time in two years coronavirus pandemic The first case of the virus is confirmed. However, in view of the situation, Kim Jong Un declared a state of emergency and announced a lockdown. Let me tell you, this is the first time that North Korea has told the world corona virus Showing the figures.

This nuclear-rich country never believed that the corona virus has reached here. As soon as the first case came to light in China, the government closed all the borders. This limit is closed since 2020. Now when samples were taken of people suffering from fever in the capital Pyongyang, it was found that they were infected with the BA.2 type of omicron. This information was given by the official media Korean Central News Agency. Let us inform that top officials including Kim Jong Un held a meeting on Thursday to discuss the latest developments. Also announced that they will implement maximum emergency epidemic prevention system.

Lockdown in all areas of cities

According to KCNA, Kim has announced a “lockdown in all cities and counties across the country”. However, what restrictions have been imposed is not yet known. At the emergency meeting, Kim said his goal was to eliminate the source of the virus’s spread and find immediate treatment to combat the infection. He said that North Korea would cope with this sudden situation and win the job by preventing an emergency pandemic.

Professor Leif-Eri-Assel of Ewa University in Seoul, South Korea, said that the health system in North Korea is not good due to the poor health system. It is also said that 2.5 crore people in the country have not been vaccinated. If Pyongyang has publicly confirmed the availability of Omicron cases, it means that the people’s health condition is critical.