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Fox Sports 3 Feb 2020

Travis Kelce: 'I'm forever grateful for the opportunity'


Travis Kelce says he's forever grateful for the opportunity to play with the Chiefs in his postgame press conference. Kelce and the Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV 31-20 over the 49ers.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York would "immediately" begin trials for a possible drug therapy for coronavirus.
Senator Bernie Sanders told New Hampshire voters it was a 'serious and solemn day for the country' during his only campaign stop before leaving the state for Washington to cast his vote to impeach President Trump. (Feb. 5)
Rachel Nichols, Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady head to "Crunch Time," talking about Oregon Ducks star Sabrina Ionescu's impressive game on the same day she spoke at the Kobe and Gianna Bryant memorial service, Indiana Pacers guard Jeremy Lamb being out for the season with an injury, the Utah Jazz's struggles continuing in a big home loss vs. the Phoenix Suns, and Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans being hot on the heels of Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies for the final Western Conference spot in the 2020 NBA playoffs.
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Three more people have tested positive in the UK for coronavirus - with Northern Ireland confirming its first case tonight. All of them were infected after travelling to Italy or Tenerife. They're now being treated at specialist NHS infection centres.

To date more than seven and a half thousand people in the UK have been tested for the virus 16 were positive. Eight of them have now been discharged from hospital. But with more cases expected to emerge, the Government is set to launch a new public health campaign.

Fears about the impact the virus could have on the global economy has caused markets to plunge today. We hear about the reaction from Wall Street

Coronavirus has now spread to 50 countries and reached every continent except Antarctica. Worldwide, there have been more than 82 thousand cases and two thousand eight hundred deaths - almost all of them in Hubei in China, the province where the outbreak began. We have been speaking to one doctor on the frontline in Wuhan.

Featuring reports by Health Editor, Hugh Pym, North America Business Correspondent, Michelle Fleury and China Correspondent, John Sudworth as part of the BBC News at Ten's coverage of the coronavirus outbreak

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