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Midnight military parade in North Korea features marchers in hazmat suits

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A 12 PM military procession in North Korea held early Thursday in festival of the withdrawn state's 73rd commemoration incorporated a walking horde of individuals wearing hazardous materials suits and clinical covers in an evident endeavor to depict a solid reaction to the Covid pandemic. 







Photos distributed by the decision Workers' Party paper, Rodong Sinmun, showed people lined together in clinical stuff, just as troopers holding rifles walking in the procession. 


CNN revealed that Rodong Sinmun recorded marchers as individuals from North Korea's "crisis infection anticipation unit," alongside walking groups, workers and scientists. 

Pyongyang has kept on saying that North Korea has not had a solitary Covid case, however specialists have case question on the cases. 

In 2020, the nation forced severe boundary terminations in the midst of the early months of the pandemic, and there still can't seem to be any signs of a significant flare-up in the country. 


While Reuters noticed that a few weapons were in plain view in the procession, including rocket launchers and hostile to tank rockets, no long range rockets had all the earmarks of being available among the ordnance. 


North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, who was envisioned at the occasion embracing kids and waving to swarms, didn't convey a discourse, as opposed to last year when he conveyed a location shielding the country's atomic weapons capacities. 

Media sources additionally noticed that Kim showed up noticeably slimmer in photographs from the motorcade, seeming to affirm a June state media report 


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