More COVID-19 cases in Wuhan outbreak than initially understood, says WHO scientist

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    Peter Ben Embarek, who led the World Health Organization COVID-19 fact-finding mission to Wuhan, China, says it’s likely there were more COVID-19 cases in the initial December 2019 outbreak than initially thought.

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