April 21, 2021

Still no COVID-19 cases, North Korea says after testing 22,389 people

North Korea has tested 44,504 samples since the beginning of the pandemic as of March 25, a new WHO report states

North Korea reportedly had zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 after testing more than 22,300 people, according to the latest report from the World Health Organization (WHO).

As of March 25, North Korea tested 22,389 people for the virus since the beginning of the pandemic, the new WHO report states, an increase of 726 from last month. All 44,504 samples were negative, the report added.