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WHO Says Risk Of COVID-19 Is Now 'Very High At A Global Level'

NPR Friday, 28 February 2020
On Monday, the coronavirus had been found in only 29 countries. It's now been confirmed in nearly twice that number, and Italy is reporting 888 cases.
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Containment of the virus is "still possible" despite increase in global infections

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