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    North Korea will receive 1.7 million doses of the Oxford vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca under the World Health Organization’s ‘COVAX’ program.

    As Seoul correspondent for NK News, Jeongmin Kim says, the vaccination aid will inoculate just over 3% of the country’s population.

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