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Coronavirus / US, Global, Travel #1145971

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 29, 2020
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(White House: Steve Dorsey) The first death in the US from the coronavirus in Washington state & the administration's response featured; details given about US travel restrictions to Italy & South Korea; US case statistics cited. [Today, President TRUMP - says there is no reason to panic; accuses the Democrats of a hoax, that the markets will take care of themselves.] [On MSNBC, Representative Ted LIEU@- criticizes Trump.] Trump's pressure on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates noted.

(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Danya Bacchus) The details of the man's death in Washington state from the coronavirus featured; details given about three community spread cases. [Washington Governor Jay INSLEE%- comments on this case: get prepared.]

(Studio: Reena Ninan) The spread of the coronavirus to 59 countries noted; map shown.

(Rome: Charlie D'Agata) The coronavirus in northern Italy, South Korea & Japan featured; scenes shown from Rome. [In Rome, tourists the Cho FAMILY - outlines their security measures.]

Ninan, Reena;
Dorsey, Steve;
Bacchus, Danya;
D'Agata, Charlie

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