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Second U.S. senator closes Washington office amid coronavirus outbreak

Reuters Thursday, 12 March 2020
A second U.S. senator closed their Washington, D.C. office on Thursday, a day after a U.S. Senate staffer tested positive for the coronavirus in another office.
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