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Algerian paramedics wearing protective outfits are pictured in front of El-Kettar hospital's special unit to treat cases of novel coronavirus in the capital Algiers on February 26, 2020. - Algerian authorities announced yesterday the country's first case of the novel coronavirus, in an Italian citizen who arrived in the country on February 17.
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Outside China, 78 more people died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, bringing the total deaths to 413. A woman wearing a face mask is seen on a bus amid the novel coronavirus outbreak in Tehran, Iran, on March 2, 2020.(Photo by Ahmad Halabisaz/Xinhua)
In addition to presenting a major public health risk, the coronavirus is already doing serious economic damage. China, the world's second-largest economy, is essentially "closed for business" right now. The disruption to global trade the coronavirus is likely to cause is going to be material, perhaps severe. And that will have serious negative consequences for the financial markets, which have
The scale of the crackdown, which has netted almost 40,000 animals including squirrels, weasels and boars, suggests that China's taste for eating wildlife and using animal parts for medicinal purposes is not likely to disappear overnight, despite potential links to the Covid-19 coronavirus. Traders legally selling donkey, dog, deer, crocodile