WHO China Representative Says Coronavirus Case Numbers in Decline

Feb.10 — World Health Organization China Representative Dr. Gauden Galea says the numbers of coronavirus cases are dropping but warns there is no certainty the outbreak is contained until the incubation period is over. He spoke to Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin from Beijing.

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