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Coronavirus / China, Hong Kong, Japan #1145425

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 09, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Janis Mackey Frayer) The precautions in China against the coronavirus, which has now killed more than the SARS outbreak, featured; scenes shown from the streets of Beijing, Wuhan's convention center being used to warehouse patients & from the cruise ships in Hong Kong & Japan; details given of the death of Dr. Li Wenliang, who died after being censured for warning about the virus. [NBC's Dr. Natalie AZAR@- likens this to a severe flu season.] The precautions in China discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Frayer, Janis Mackey

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