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Is the U.S. ready for a extreme coronavirus outbreak?
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Is the U.S. ready for a extreme coronavirus outbreak?


Printed on Feb 26, 2020

All individuals from medical officials to lawmakers on Capitol Hill are looking to make preparations for what the CDC says is an inevitable coronavirus outbreak in the country and pandemic across the globe. CDC Principal Deputy Director Anne Schuchat joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss their “aggressive approach” to keeping the disease contained.

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