How to keep an eye on the North Korean border for new cases
By Dan LydonThe latest in the saga of the South’s latest pandemic is a North Korean doctor who’s reportedly been treating South Koreans at the North Korea-based Clinic North Memorial Clinic.
North Memorial is located in a nondescript building on a major road in the North’s capital, Pyongyang.
The clinic was founded in 2004 by the same North Korean couple who run a small clinic in South Korea that treated patients with diabetes and cancer.
Since then, it has expanded its network of more than 40 doctors in South Korean and overseas.
It has treated more than 2,000 South Koreans with various diseases and has received more than 1,500 requests for visits, according to local media.
It’s unclear how many South Koreans have been admitted to North Memorial.
The number of North Korean patients treated there is also unknown, and the clinic does not disclose the number of patients.
The clinic opened in September 2014, according the South Korean government, after the first North Korean patient was admitted there.
North Korea denies it is running a clinic, saying only that it offers treatment to people who have visited the clinic for treatment.
The South Korean foreign ministry has also not commented on whether North Korea is paying doctors to treat its citizens.
It said the clinic has been closed for “over a month”.
The North Korean foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho, visited Seoul in January and said he has no reason to believe the clinic is run by North Korean officials.
North Korea has repeatedly denied the existence of a South Korean clinic and the foreign ministry said last week it would stop any visits to the North.
But the clinic appears to be operating without any formal permission from the government.
The government is also not allowed to inspect North Korean clinics.
It is not known whether the North is operating the clinic, and it is not clear if the clinic operates independently or whether the foreign minister has any say over who visits the clinic.
South Korean media have said the North was aware of the clinic’s existence.
North Korean officials have said it is operating independently.
The foreign ministry says North Korea has a number of other clinics in the country, including a small one in South Hamgyong Province.
It does not mention the clinic in the media report and the ministry has denied the clinic exists.
North Korean doctors are known to be in the habit of sending patients to South Korea.
Last year, a doctor at the same clinic was arrested after allegedly killing a South Korea national in the clinic where he was treating.