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One America News Network 25 Mar 2020

Coronavirus Panic Questioned by Stanford M.D


Coronavirus Panic Questioned by Stanford M.D

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, people are asking if it can be spread by someone who isn't showing symptoms. It's been a controversial question ever since a report in the New England Journal of Medicine claimed an asymptomatic woman triggered a chain of infections near Munich. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch explains how the report got it wrong.
The president says markets are getting spooked by a panic being spread by news outlets and Democrats; David Spunt reports from the White House. #FoxNews

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Customers across the U.S. raced to stock up on water bottles, toilet paper and hand sanitizer amid a wave of panic-buying over the spread of the coronavirus.
The number of people dying from coronavirus in Italy has risen by 475 in one day to nearly 3,000 - the biggest increase since the outbreak.
There are a total of 35,713 confirmed cases in the country, with more than 4,000 having successfully recovered.
Lombardy, the worst-hit region, recorded 319 deaths in one day.
Italy is the world's worst affected country after China, where the virus originated last year. At least 8,758 people have died, most in China.

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