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— Stat (Scientific American) (2/25) Feb 26, 2020
WHO Says Coronavirus is Not Yet a Pandemic, But Urges Countries to Prepare
"The World Health Organization said the coronavirus outbreak that has swept from China to a number of countries in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe is not yet a pandemic, but it urged countries to prepare for its arrival on the assumption that a declaration may come."
— Stat (Scientific American) (2/25) (Email) (Pocket)
The hunt for a coronavirus cure is showing how science can change for the better
"The World Health Organization (WHO) recently declared an international public health emergency over the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus. One day later, the Wellcome Trust research charity called for researchers, journals and funders around the world to share research data and findings relevant to the coronavirus rapidly and openly, to inform the public and help save lives. "
— Xin Xu, Esrc Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University Of Oxford (The Conversation) (2/24) (Email) (Pocket)
— Caitlin Kelly (Wired) (2/25) Feb 26, 2020
How to Watch Tonight's Democratic Debate in South Carolina
"Tonight's debate takes place in Charleston, South Carolina, a few days before the state’s primary on Saturday. It’s also the last time candidates take the debate stage before Super Tuesday on March 3, when voters in 14 states and one territory head to the polls. CBS News is hosting the event along with the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, and the festivities are scheduled to kick off at 8 pm Eastern time (5 pm Pacific)."
— Caitlin Kelly (Wired) (2/25) (Email) (Pocket)
Campaign 2020 live updates: Democrats focus on S.C. as Super Tuesday looms
"Bernie Sanders has won the Nevada caucuses, following a victory in New Hampshire and a near-tie in Iowa. See full results here. South Carolina holds its primary Saturday, but first, candidates will meet for a debate in Charleston on Tuesday. Just days after South Carolina: Super Tuesday, when 14 states and American Samoa hold primaries and award a lot of delegates."
— John Wagner (Washington Post) (2/24) (Email) (Pocket)
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