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Emergency Anti-Epidemic Work Further Intensified in DPRK

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK

Pyongyang, September 26 (KCNA) -- The emergency anti-epidemic units at all levels in the DPRK continue their intensive campaign for preventing COVID-19.

The central emergency anti-epidemic units have established a strict control and guidance system to ensure that all the officials do not make any slight mistake, true to the intention of the Party which specified the emergency anti-epidemic campaign as one of the major state affairs.

The emergency anti-epidemic units across the country are intensifying the political and information activities to inform the citizens that the on-going anti-epidemic campaign is the one for protecting the country and people and for themselves, so that they take part in the campaign in a responsible manner.

The emergency anti-epidemic units in the areas along borders, coasts and the demarcation lines have intensified the control over the inhabitants, informing them that the core of the anti-epidemic work is prevention and lockdown.

The units handling imports are working hard to put disinfection of goods on a scientific basis with sterilizers.

Officials, builders and the service personnel in the areas for recovery from natural disasters across the country have organized and conducted the anti-epidemic work in a meticulous way, as required by the situation in those areas, bearing deep in mind that the emergency anti-epidemic work is the one to be prioritized with the work for eradicating the aftermath of natural disasters.

Disinfection of hands and temperature measuring are correctly done in all industrial establishments, farms and people's neighborhood units across the country.

Public transport agencies and public catering facilities continue their inspection and control to make citizens strictly observe the anti-epidemic rules. -0-



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