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South Korea’s president said Friday the country would offer to supply North Korea with coronavirus vaccines, according to reports.
A day earlier, North Korea acknowledged the country’s first case of the virus and on Friday said six people had died and at least 350,000 had been infected. Pyongyang called the outbreak “explosive” after it imposed a nationwide lockdown on Thursday.
For more than two years, the isolated and secretive nation has dubiously claimed it has not had any coronavirus cases unlike the rest of the world. COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have passed one million people.
NORTH KOREA REPORTS FIRST COVID-19 OUTBREAK, IMPOSES NATIONWIDE LOCKDOWN
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