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Gatherings banned, travel restricted as coronavirus cases grow worldwide

Reuters Sunday, 1 March 2020
Leaders in Europe, the Middle East and the Americas rolled out bans on big gatherings, and stricter travel restrictions as cases of the new coronavirus spread around the world.
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