Covid patients in North Korea are being placed in ‘quarantine camps’ and left to starve to death, an activist has claimed. Further reports suggest people with symptoms of the virus are ‘being boarded up in their homes without food’ and that the authorities have incinerated scores of the bodies of Covid victims. Tim Peters, a Christian activist who runs Seoul-based charity Helping Hands Korea, said sources in North Korea claim coronavirus ‘quarantine camps’ have been set up in cities near the Chinese border. But those incarcerated in the camps are often left without medical care and starvation is rife, he said. Tim Peters, a Christian activist, claimed coronavirus ‘quarantine camps’ have been set up in cities near the Chinese border. Above, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smiles during a ceremony to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the country’s ruling party in Pyongyang on October 10 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Nuclear-armed Kim Jong Un shows off a ‘monster’ new… National Guard is called in to thwart ‘North Korean… The battle of Kim Jong-un’s women: North Korean leader’s… Share this article Share He told The South China Morning Post: ‘One of the more alarming pieces of information that has… Read full this story
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