North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called for stronger efforts to guard against coronavirus, saying there will be 'serious consequences' if the illness spreads to the country.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called for stronger efforts to guard against coronavirus, saying there will be ‘serious consequences’ if the illness spreads to the country. During a ruling party meeting, Kim called for the country’s anti-epidemic headquarters to strengthen screening and tests to seal off all ‘channels and space through which the infectious disease may find its way,’ Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency said Saturday. Kim emphasized that all fields and units of the country should ‘unconditionally’ obey quarantine instructions laid-out by the anti-epidemic headquarters. He called for the strict enforcement of preventive measures against what he described as a tricky virus that spreads rapidly. ‘In case the infectious disease spreading beyond control finds its way into our country, it will entail serious consequences,’ the agency quoted Kim as saying during the politburo meeting of the Workers’ Party.
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