State media review: North Korea praises medics for working with high fevers
An in-depth analysis of foreign medicine use, plans for a children’s conference, criticism of Yoon Suk-yeol and more
North Korean television extolled the sacrifices of health workers who have continued to deliver medicines despite having high fevers this week, in a sign that the country may not have enough personnel to respond to its ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
New television programs have also taken an inconsistent approach of late to reporting on the use of foreign medicine in the country, at times revealing such medicines openly while at other times censoring them.
While state media has not reported on the lifting of lockdown restrictions, it has continued to claim that the virus situation has
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