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Coronavirus infections slow in China as Apple becomes latest business casualty

Reuters Tuesday, 18 February 2020
The number of new coronavirus infections in mainland China fell below 2,000 on Tuesday for the first time since January, although global experts warn it is still too early to say the outbreak is being contained.
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