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4 key dates, 4 missed chances: How China failed to contain coronavirus

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 18 February 2020
It’s been more than two months since Dec 12, the day doctors first noticed a Chinese patient display symptoms of the highly-infectious coronavirus that has claimed more than 1,700 lives. In the weeks following that early case, authorities missed four chances to contain the outbreak. Moreover, censorship has now become a lightning rod for public anger in China.
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