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Asia coronavirus cases hit 250,000 but pace much slower than U.S., Europe

Reuters Tuesday, 5 May 2020
Coronavirus cases in Asia rose to a quarter of a million on Tuesday, according to a Reuters tally, driven by outbreaks in Singapore, Pakistan and India, even as China, South Korea and Japan significantly slowed the spread of the disease.
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