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Associated Press closes D.C. office after journalist shows coronavirus symptoms

Reuters Saturday, 14 March 2020
The Associated Press is temporarily closing its office from Friday in Washington, D.C. after one of its staff journalists, who had direct contact with a possible coronavirus patient, showed some symptoms of illness, the AP reported.
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