North Korea ends it’s Ebola-scare travel ban

At the North Korean border.

At the North Korean border. Image by Roman Harak / CC BY-SA 2.0

North Korea has opened its borders after fears about the spread of the Ebola virus closed them last October. The North has not allowed any tourists into the country since October, and only limited access to diplomats and official staff who had to undergo a 21-day quarantine. A number of tour agencies are still awaiting confirmation on when they will reinstate trips to the country. Read more:

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