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North Korea to open schools amid signs of relaxation of virus rules

Reuters Tuesday, 2 June 2020
North Korea will open schools this month after delays over concern about the novel coronavirus, state media has reported, the latest sign of opening up even though the isolated country has said it has had no confirmed cases of the disease.
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