N. Korea to keep borders shut until COVID-19 treatments ready

North Korea has announced that it will
keep its borders shut until there’s an effective diagnosis and treatment method
for the corona virus the regime’s vice health minister Kim hyung-jun said in an
interview with the Chosun Simbu a Shinbo pro-north Korea newspaper in Japan that
the key way to keep the virus out is to not let any foreigners in North Korea
has had its borders closed since the end of last month and it is not yet reported
any infections but the UN Special Rapporteur on North Korea Human Rights
Thomas ohayo Quintana said in a statement on Wednesday that Pyongyang
should let in foreign aid groups he said this could be a chance to initiate close
cooperation between the north and the international community to achieve
common goals


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