(NewsReady.com) – For months, the North Korean government has maintained there hasn’t been a single case of COVID-19 in the country. That seemed a bit suspicious. What’s even stranger is the latest deplorable actions the country has allegedly taken.
According to a February 16 report from South Korean intelligence officials, North Korean hackers allegedly tried to hack Pfizer’s servers to steal COVID-19 vaccination information. Ha Tae-Keung, a member of the National Assembly’s intel committee, said that there’s been a 32% increase in cyberattack attempts from the neighboring country.
North Korea attempted to steal Covid-19 vaccine technology from US pharmaceutical company Pfizer, according to South Korean intelligence officials. https://t.co/5kihoOjkRX
— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) February 16, 2021
Now, why in the world would Kim Jong-un need to allegedly steal vaccination information if the coronavirus has not made its way into his country? It sounds like he’s been lying this entire time, as world leaders suspected. Maybe he’ll finally come clean and do what needs to be done to protect his citizens. Although, we shouldn’t count it.
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