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North Korea blames windblown “alien things” for explosive COVID outbreak

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North Korea blames windblown “alien things” for explosive COVID outbreak

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Health exerts say the risk of spread from contaminated objects is very low.

The report did not include any information about how officials came to that conclusion.

The culprit: "alien things" blown into the country from the South.


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Author / Journalist: Beth Mole

Category: Technology

Topics: Science Transmission Public health COVID-19 Infectious disease SARS-CoV-2 China North Korea South Korea

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Published On: 2022-07-01, 15:10:21

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

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Reading Time: 2 minutes read

Article Length: 206 words

Coverage Area: United States

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News ID: 25385

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