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Voice of America 10 Jan 2020

New Strain of SARS Blamed for Pneumonia Outbreak in China

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World health officials say an outbreak of pneumonia in the central Chinese city of Wuhan is being caused by a new strain of the virus that led to the deadly SARS outbreak over a decade ago. VOA's Jeff Custer reports from Washington.


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