North Korea says its COVID outbreak is now under control. But is it?

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Students of the Pyongyang Jang Chol Gu University of Commerce in North Korea undergo temperature checks before entering the campus. The country said there were no cases — until May 12.

After saying there were no cases, officials on May 12 announced an outbreak. But without an adequate supply of tests, some say North Korea is “flying blind.” And it still doesn’t have vaccines.

(Image credit: Kim Won Jin /AFP via Getty Images)



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