Coronavirus: China provides to assist North Korea struggle pandemic
China's president has expressed concern about the threat of the coronavirus to North Korea and provided help.
Xi Jinping was responding to a message that he acquired from the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.
Chinese state media reported that the message congratulated Mr Xi on China's obvious success in preventing Covid-19.
North Korea's authorities maintains that there has not been a single confirmed case there, though analysts have questioned whether that is attainable.
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North Korea was the primary country to droop tourism and to shut its borders in response to the virus, in the third week of January.
The nation has a fragile well being system, which specialists worry can be shortly overwhelmed by even a small outbreak of Covid-19.