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North Korea is the 29th country to register the coronavirus as a suspected patient affected in Denmark

North Korea has become the twenty-ninth country or territory to record a case of the murderous corona virus, it is claimed.

A local resident returned from China before being tested positive for the deadly virus, according to local media.

Sources told an English newspaper that the woman is from Pyongyang, the capital of the hermit Asian nation.

No further details on how she entered the country have been given – North Korea was one of the first countries to close its borders to curb the murderous outbreak.

With further developments, a woman from China became ill at the airport in Copenhagen, Denmark, leaving a small area. If the tests come back positive, this would be the first case to be diagnosed in Danish soil.

The coronavirus epidemic has been confirmed in nearly 30 countries and territories around the world, killing 638 and more than 31,500 people.

North Korea has become the twenty-ninth country to report a murderous corona virus, local media reports. Depicted, children in masks in Pyongyang

The North Korean citizen is believed to have been discovered by officials conducting thorough checks on travelers from abroad. Pictured, Pyongyang Airport

The North Korean citizen is believed to have been discovered by officials conducting thorough checks on travelers from abroad. Pictured, Pyongyang Airport

The native citizen returned from China before being tested positive for the deadly people. She is from Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea (photo, where doctors wear medical masks)

The native citizen returned from China before being tested positive for the deadly people. She is from Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea (photo, where doctors wear medical masks)

North Korea borders China, where 99 percent of the 31,500 are infected. The coronavirus epidemic has so far claimed 638 lives and infected more than 31,500 people in 28 countries and territories around the world

North Korea borders China, where 99 percent of the 31,500 are infected. The coronavirus epidemic has so far claimed 638 lives and infected more than 31,500 people in 28 countries and territories around the world

The North Korean case has not yet been confirmed by officials, only reported by the English version of the South Korean newspaper JoongAng Ilbo.

Officials have been vigilant in isolating travelers from abroad and testing for corona virus at airports.

During this process, the woman from Pyongyang, with a population of nearly three million, was highlighted.

North Korea borders China, where 99 percent of the 31,500 are infected. But is the only adjacent territory that has so far remained away from the deadly virus.

The withdrawn country was one of the first to close its borders completely for travelers and flights from China and introduced the measure on January 21.

It is therefore not clear where the woman flew from when she returned from China.

Given the North Korean news that there were zero coronavirus patients on Sunday, it is assumed that the woman was detected on Monday.

Song In-bomb, a North Korean health official, appeared on Korean central television by the state on Sunday evening to reassure the public.

However, Song said it wasn’t “time to be relieved” because the virus could still read the north. There was a demand for ‘civil awareness’.

A small portion of Terminal 3 at Copenhagen airport has been dropped off after a woman fell ill after arriving from China at 7.40 am this morning

A small portion of Terminal 3 at Copenhagen airport has been dropped off after a woman fell ill after arriving from China at 7.40 am this morning

The passenger contacted the airport staff on arrival because she felt unwell. She appeared to have flu-like symptoms and hurried to the hospital

The passenger contacted the airport staff on arrival because she felt unwell. She appeared to have flu-like symptoms and hurried to the hospital

Officials in North Korea have been vigilant in isolating travelers from abroad and testing for the corona virus. Depicted, women wearing face masks in the capital

Officials in North Korea have been vigilant in isolating travelers from abroad and testing for the corona virus. Depicted, women wearing face masks in the capital

The woman showed symptoms of the virus during checks, a source told JoongAng Ilbo. Anyone who has had close contact with the patient is also placed in quarantine.

South Korea has registered 24 cases so far and has banned all foreign travelers who have passed through Wuhan – the Chinese city where the corona virus started – in the last 14 days.

In Denmark, a small part of the Copenhagen airport is closed, while the staff disinfects the area where a now hospitalized woman was.

Kenni Leth, press officer at Copenhagen airport, said the woman arrived in China from Helsinki via Helsinki, The Guardian reports.

The passenger contacted the airport staff on Friday morning around 7:40 am because she felt ill.

She appeared to have flu-like symptoms characteristic of the new coroan virus and hurried to the hospital in the city.

Leth said: ‘Given that the passenger has contacted airport staff with flu-like symptoms, we have contacted the emergency services in accordance with procedures agreed with the authorities and the passenger has been collected by ambulance.

WHERE DOES THE CORONAVIRUS SPREAD?

The vast majority of the confirmed infections of the Wuhan coronavirus have been diagnosed in China.

But more than 25 countries or areas outside the mainland have also declared infections:

NATIONS

CHINA

JAPAN

SINGAPORE

THAILAND

HONG KONG

SOUTH KOREA

TAIWAN

AUSTRALIA

MALAYSIA

GERMANY

U.S

VIETNAM

MACAU

CANADA

FRANCE

UAE

INDIA

PHILIPPINES

UK

ITALY

RUSSIA

BELGIUM

SWEDEN

SPAIN

FINLAND

NEPAL

SRI LANKA

CAMBODIA

NORTH KOREA

TOTAL WORLD

DIE

CASES

31,203

86

33

25

24

24

16

15

14

13

12

12

10

7

6

5

3

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

31,526

638 (2 OUTSIDE CHINA)

“An area of ​​terminal three where the woman has contacted the staff has been deposited and will be cleaned according to the procedure.

‘You can still easily go to Terminal 3 and use most of the terminal. It does not affect airport traffic. “

Confirmed in North Korea and Denmark, the cases follow a continuous stream of countries or territories to announce an invasion of coronavirus, including the US, Australia and the UK.

The British government is under increasing pressure to ban all travelers from coronavirus-stricken China after 16 countries, including the US, Australia, New Zealand and Saudi Arabia, have taken the action.

Thousands of travelers from China affected by disease are entering Great Britain every day without being properly tested for the infection, giving rise to a similar general ban.

Downing Street gave updated travel advice tonight in which Britons fled from nine countries to call NHS 111 if they even feel somewhat unwell.

Passengers arriving from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau must call the NHS 111 service.

The third British patient was reported on Thursday – a businessman who had been to a conference of more than 100 delegates in Singapore.

He is being treated in an Airborne High Consequence Infectious Disease (AHCID) unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ in London.

Only four hospitals in England are equipped with such departments in England. Access to these units is limited to a team of trained medical personnel who wear protective clothing, face masks, visors and gloves before they enter.

The first two patients are treated in a specialized infectious disease unit at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

A twelfth American, in Wisconsin, was diagnosed with the deadly virus that was spreading rapidly since it appeared on a fish market in Wuhan, China.

In addition to the 12 confirmed coronavirus cases in the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are testing 76 people for the infection.

WHICH COUNTRIES ARE PROHIBITED TO ENTER PEOPLE?

U.S

The US has temporarily banned all non-US citizens who have been to China in the last two weeks from entering America.

AUSTRALIA

Australia has banned access for Chinese travelers or foreign passengers who have been to China in the last 14 days or have even passed the mainland during a stopover.

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand has closed its borders to foreigners arriving from China after 2 February, including passengers who are in transit.

JAPAN

Japan has banned access for anyone with corona virus symptoms and is not allowed to enter Wuhan travelers – even if they have no symptoms.

MONGOLIA

Mongolian citizens have until 6 February to return to their home country if they wish. Travelers from China – whether they are Chinese or not – are not allowed to enter the country.

NORTH KOREA

North Korea was one of the first countries to completely close its borders to travelers and flights from China and to implement the measure on January 21.

KAZAKHSTAN

Officials have suspended all forms of passenger travel to and from neighboring China. The country has also suspended the issuance of visas to Chinese citizens.

TAIWAN

Authorities have decided to prohibit entry for all aliens who have visited China in the last two weeks.

SINGAPORE

Singapore has banned travelers who have been to mainland China in the last 14 days.

SOUTH KOREA

South Korea has banned all foreign travelers who have passed Wuhan in the last 14 days.

THE PHILIPPINES

Authorities have banned all travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macau – except Filipino citizens and holders of permanent residence permits.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Papua New Guinea has closed its airports and seaports for all foreign travelers from Asia. The land border with West Papua is also closed.

SAUDI ARABIA

Saudi Arabia has banned travelers from China who have been hit by coronavirus and are entering the country. The kingdom suggested it would tear up the passports of anyone who defied the ban.

IRAQ

Iraq has forbidden entry for all aliens traveling from China.

GUATEMALA

Guatemala has banned non-resident travelers who had been to China in the last two weeks.

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Trinidad and Tobago have banned non-resident travelers who have been to China in the last two weeks.

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