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WHO chief for the Americas voices hope for continued U.S. support as virus surges

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020
The World Health Organization's director for the Americas warned on Tuesday of a coronavirus surge across the region and voiced hope for continuing U.S. help to tackle the outbreak, despite President Donald Trump's threat to permanently halt WHO funding.
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