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Bill Gates: Poor U.S. response is making pandemic picture ‘more bleak than I would have expected’

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Bill Gates: Poor U.S. response is making pandemic picture ‘more bleak than I would have expected’“ “The global picture and the U.S. picture are both more bleak than I would have expected.” ” That’s Bill Gates, the Microsoft Corp. MSFT, +1.26% co-founder whose philanthropic foundation has long funded the global fight against infectious diseases,...
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