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Coronavirus spread 'deeply concerning' but not a pandemic: WHO's Tedros

Reuters Wednesday, 26 February 2020
The sudden rise in novel coronavirus cases in Italy, Iran and South Korea is "deeply concerning", but the virus can still be contained and does not amount to a pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) chief said on Wednesday.
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