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More than 30 countries report COVID-19 cases

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Feb. 27, 20 | 8:09 am

Brazil reports a Sao Paulo resident has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first in Latin America.

A few hours after, Georgia and then Norway report their first coronavirus case.

There are now more than 38 countries and territories that have reported coronavirus cases that originated from China, particularly in the City of Wuhan, which is considered as the epicenter of the virus.

There have been sporting events, public gatherings that have been canceled.

Reuters reported that Iraq not only banned all public gatherings but included a ban on travelers from Kuwait and Bahrain, the health minister said on Wednesday, taking the total number of countries on the entry ban list to nine amid growing fears over the spread of the coronavirus.

Whether or not the Tokyo Olympics will push through, organizers maintain that the international meet will go on as scheduled.

Germany, meanwhile, is bracing itself for an epidemic.

Russia said on Wednesday it would suspend flights to and from South Korea from March 1 to prevent the spread of coronavirus, except those operated by national carrier Aeroflot and a subsidiary, Aurora.

As of posting, there are more than 80,000 people, mostly in China cases and more than 2,700 deaths reported in almost every continent except Antarctica.

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