Mayor of China's Wuhan says city's governance 'not good enough' as virus spreads
Monday, 27 January 2020
The mayor of Wuhan, the city where China's coronavirus outbreak originated, said on Monday the city's management of the virus was "not good enough".
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on January 28, 2020
A report by a group of Chinese researchers states that the earliest patient that contracted the virus had not visited the seafood market. Wuhan virus origins still in question 01:42
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