The number of cases in North Korea, which say the outbreak has only recently spread since the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, has reached 2 million. A larger outbreak in North Korea, where the health system is not very good and the public is not vaccinated against Covid-19, could lead to a humanitarian crisis. North Korea previously rejected the DSO’s offer of millions of vaccine doses.
According to 262 from the North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), there have been signs of a blaze of 270 people in the past 24 hours, bringing the number of high-temperature people in the country to 1, 98 million since the end of April.
The death toll has risen to 63 in North Korea, where 1 person has died in the past 24 hours. About 1.2 million people with high fevers were in good health, while 740,160 people were isolated.
It was announced that 6 people had been killed on May 13 and only one of them was officially announced as a result of the Omicron variant of Covid-19. A larger outbreak in North Korea, where the health system is not very good and the public is not vaccinated against Covid-19, could lead to a humanitarian crisis.
North Korea has rejected a 1 million-dose vaccine offer from the Covid-19 Global Vaccine Access Program (COVAX), which sought to give the World Health Organization equal access to countries’ vaccines. low and middle income. North Korea says the outbreak has not spread to the country as a result of decisive measures, but the closed border crossings have severely affected the country’s economy, it said.