North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Declares Victory Over Covid Pandemic

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Kim Jong Un declared victory over the “maximum emergency” Covid-19 pandemic on Thursday during a meeting with thousands of unmasked officials in Pyongyang. The North Korean leader’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, also suggested that he had suffered from Covid-19 symptoms before blaming South Korea for spreading the virus.

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