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Austria / Iraj Harirchi #1250853

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020
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This is Mark Phillips in Italy, where the police cordon set up to try to contain the virus in the north of the country is apparently leaking. The number of coronavirus cases is up 50 percent in a day to well over 300. At least eleven people have now died. The bulk of the virus cases in Italy have been from within this cordoned-off area, but there have been a few cases reported now elsewhere in the country. And that's a worry. Police roadblocks can stop people. But can they stop a virus? New case...
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