The number of new suspected cases of COVID-19 in North Korea on Sunday was below a hundred thousand for a sixth day in a row at just under 74-thousand.
Now, in total, the North has had more than 4 million cases of what the health authorities there are referring to as a "fever."
The regime's state media did not mention any additional deaths.
Daily case numbers in the North peaked at almost 400-thousand a few weeks ago.
This past week it reportedly started administering vaccines from China, but it's not accepted vaccines yet from anywhere else.