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The novel coronavirus is spreading rapidly around the world. But it's also slowing to the point of containment in Hubei province, China, where it began. So far, we know that COVID-19 can spread incredibly quickly — and it is possible to stop it. But there's no unified playbook. Every country and community is approaching the outbreak in a different way. So what’s working? And what isn’t? The Take checks in with three journalists in three cities.
In this episode:
Zein Basravi (@virtualzein), Al Jazeera journalist in Tehran, Iran. Erik Kirschbaum (@Erik_Kirschbaum), special correspondent for the Los Angeles Times in Berlin, Germany. Ian Morse (@ianjmorse), reporting for Al Jazeera in Seattle, US.
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