The secretive state of North Korea has claimed it has had no cases of coronavirus – but experts say that is very unlikely to be the case. So how has the global pandemic affected the country? Despite strict border controls and enforced quarantining measures in place, the country’s poor healthcare system would spell disaster if a widespread outbreak were to take place. Managing editor of NK News, Oliver Hotham, tells us more.
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