Hot on the heels of the initial allegation that a North Korean official who escaped quarantine to visit a public bath was executed, it has now been recently revealed that the country’s first patient to test positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus has also been allegedly killed under the orders of Kim Jong Un, reports the International Business Times.
The horrific incident was said to have taken place behind the cloak of obscurity that the nation maintains, with the only source being traced back to an anonymous informant who goes by the name of Secret Beijing. They describe themselves as being a social commentator and an analyst on Chinese affairs.
The execution allegedly happened right after the patient’s test results returned positive for Covid-19.
Just like the previous alleged execution of a North Korean official who escaped a Covid-19 coronavirus quarantine to visit a public bath, details of this second execution remain scarce, as is typical of Pyongyang’s directives. The country continues to maintain that they have zero instances of patients that have tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus.
As of writing, North Korea has closed its borders and cut all transport links from and to China, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the hermit nation.
Whether if this is true or not, we have to say that these drastic measures to contain the virus are simply too violent to even comprehend!
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