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Coronavirus latest news: US 'to bring home American citizens stuck on Diamond Princess'

Telegraph.co.uk Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
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According to Reuters, over 300 U.S. citizens, including 14 infected with the coronavirus, arrived in the U.S. on Monday. They were flown to U.S. military bases, and will be under quarantine for 14 days. 14 people with coronavirus arrived in specialized containment areas aboard two chartered jets. All...

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