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World leaders tighten up on coronavirus

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World leaders tighten up on coronavirus

World leaders tighten up on coronavirus

World leaders Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau detail their countries' latest measures against the spread of the coronavirus.

The three leaders urged people to work from home where possible and avoid crowds, restaurants and pubs.

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