North Korea’s Kim says ‘great crisis’ caused by COVID-19 pandemic lapse | The World

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly sacked and berated several top party officials for failing to implement coronavirus measures, which he says lead to an unspecified “great crisis”. His comments have fuelled speculation that COVID-19 has entered the country, but Seoul correspondent for NK News Jeongmin Kim tells The World details are scarce.

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