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Pneumonia in Kazakhstan 'on our radar': WHO

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Pneumonia in Kazakhstan 'on our radar': WHO

Pneumonia in Kazakhstan 'on our radar': WHO

Mike Ryan, head of the World Health Organization's emergencies program, said on Friday that an outbreak of pneumonia in Kazakhstan, reported to be highly lethal, was "certainly on our radar."

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