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Coronavirus / US, China #1145187

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Riverside, California: Clayton Sandell) The crackdown in the US on the coronavirus more cases appearing featured; case statistics cited; details given about new cases. [Port Authority of NY & NJ dir. Rick COTTON@- says no foreign nationals from China will be allowed to enter & Americans coming from will be quarantined.] [At the military base, American Jared EVANS - talks about life in quarantine.] A new charter flight to get Americans out of China discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Hong Kong: Ian Pannell) The spread of the outbreak in China with the first death outside China reviewed; details given about the rapid building of new hospitals in China & the handling of the ill & dead, a medical strike threat in Hong Kong. [Hong Kong nurse Kathy WONG@- cites a mask shortage.] The reasons for the Hong Kong strike discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Sandell, Clayton;
Pannell, Ian

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