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Coronavirus: North Korea warnings over 'yellow dust coming from China'

BBC News Friday, 23 October 2020
There is no known link between the seasonal dust clouds and Covid-19 but Pyongyang is on high alert.
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North Korea has sent out a bizarre warning over yellow dust clouds from China that may be carrying the coronavirus. The secretive state which claims it has not a single coronavirus case since the outbreak has asked people to stay indoors and the streets of Pyongyang were virtually empty on Thursday....

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