Emergency Anti-epidemic Work Gets Brisk Together with Clean-up in DPRK
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK
Pyongyang, March 17 (KCNA) -- The anti-epidemic atmosphere is growing stronger in the DPRK.
The central emergency anti-epidemic agency has tightened its control and guidance over the anti-epidemic work, as well as the work in the clean-up months in spring.
Citizens are informed of the symptoms of COVID-19, its infection routes and common sense for its prevention through mass media, educational networks and broadcasting posts.
Hygienic and anti-epidemic organs at all levels have taken timely measures to prevent the diseases likely to break out in spring.
The city management organs have put their efforts into overhauling and disinfecting the water supply facilities and drinking water-producing facilities.
Efforts for clearing the remnants of winter and unsanitary elements are going on at institutions and industrial establishments across the country.
Gutter-cleaning, fence reinforcement and painting for bettering homes and villages in terms of hygiene and culture are getting brisk among people's neighborhood units. -0-
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