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The new suspected cases of COVID-19 in North Korea remain below 10,000 for the third day in a row, its state media reported on Monday.

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More than 7,300 people showed symptoms of fever in the 24-hour period until 6 pm the day before.

This was announced by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), citing data from the state headquarters for the prevention of emergency epidemics.

He did not provide information on new deaths.

The total number of fever cases since the end of April has reached more than 4.72 million, of which more than 4.7 million have recovered and at least 13,840 are being treated.

On May 12, North Korea announced its first case of COVID-19 after claiming it was free of coronavirus for more than two years.

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The daily number of people infected with fever in the country is on a downward trend, after reaching a peak of over 392,920 on May 15.

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