North Korea Suspends All Air, Train Links With China Over Virus
By Kyodo News 31 January 2020
North Korea was set to suspend all flights and trains to and from China on Friday in response to the outbreak of a new, deadly coronavirus in the neighboring country, according to the British ambassador to North Korea.
“#NorthKorea introduces more restrictions on travel with all flights and trains between #DPRK and China suspended from 31 January in response to #Coronavirus,” Colin Crooks said on Twitter late on Thursday.
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