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17 February 2020

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70 more people diagnosed with coronavirus on quarantined cruise ship in Japan (39)
By Rebecca Klar - 02/16/20 12:04 PM EST Seventy more people were diagnosed with coronavirus on the cruise ship quarantined in Japan, Reuters reported Sunday. The new cases bring the total number on the ship to 355, which is the most anywhere outside of China, where the virus originated, according to the newswire. The U.S.
New infections of novel coronavirus drop for 13th consecutive day outside Hubei (61)
Video PlayerClose BEIJING, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) - China's daily new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus pneumonia outside Hubei, the epicenter province in the outbreak, have dropped for 13 consecutive days, according to the National Health Commission. A total of 115 new confirmed cases were reported on Sunday outside Hubei, a 13th consecutive day drop since Feb.
Trump kicks off Daytona 500 race crowd with limo loop, Air Force One flyby (12)
Jeff Mason DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - President Donald Trump took a loop around the Daytona 500 racetrack on Sunday in his presidential limousine, drawing cheers from fans at NASCAR's most prestigious race not long after completing a dramatic flyby on Air Force One. Ramping up his nationwide re-election effort after his acquittal in the U.S.
Forty US Citizens on Quarantined Liner in Japan Test Positive For Coronavirus - Officials (3)
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Coronavirus could damage global growth in 2020: IMF (2)
Sunday February 16 2020 International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva listens during an event at the World Bank February 10, 2020, in Washington, DC. PHOTO | BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI | AFP In Summary IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said it was "too early" to assess the full impact of the epidemic but acknowledged that it had already affected sectors such as tourism and transportation.
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