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India ranks 17th among countries at risk of coronavirus import

IndiaTimes Sunday, 9 February 2020
Of the countries most at risk of importing coronavirus cases, India ranks 17th, researchers have found on the basis of a mathematical model for the expected global spread of the virus. The researchers said that it is possible to estimate how likely it is that the virus spreads to other areas by looking at air travel passenger numbers.
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