North Korea reports first COVID-19 death a day after admitting outbreak
13 May 2022 | 2:28 pm
State media in North Korea has reported the deaths of six people with a "fever" a day after officials confirmed the country's first COVID-19 infection. More than 180,000 people are said to be isolated for treatment.
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