North Korea Imposes Shoot-To-Kill Order To Stop Coronavirus From Entering Country
NORTH KOREA IMPOSES SHOOT-TO-KILL – Previously, there were rumors regarding how North Korea manages the coronavirus within its boarders.
Now, a report from a commander of the US forces from South Korea, North Korea imposed a shoot-to-kill order to prevent the spread of the virus. According to a report from PhilStar, North Korea would struggle with a major virus outbreak due to its crumbling health system.
However, even after several months of the pandemic, North Korea had yet to report a single case of COVID-19. This, despite being close neighbors to China, the country from which the virus initially spread.
As per the report, US Forces Korea (USFK) commander Robert Abrams said a border shutdown was imposed in North Korea due to an increased in cases of smuggled goods. Because of this, North Korean authorities ordered a “shoot-to-kill” order.
They’ve got North Korean SOF (Special Operations Forces) out there. … Strike forces, they’ve got shoot-to-kill orders in place.
The regime right now –- the military -– is focused principally on getting their country recovered and to help mitigate the risk of Covid-19
Earlier in the year as COVID-19 was just still centered around China, there were reports that North Korea began executions to quarantine violators, even if they were officials.
Aside from this, there were also reports that officials were confiscating dogs to turn them into food. Unlike most countries who cherish dogs as pets, North Korea is no stranger to using their meat as food. Pets were either sent to the Korea Central Zoo or sent to restaurants to address the food shortage.
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