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Europe worried about medicine stocks as coronavirus spreads

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Europe worried about medicine stocks as coronavirus spreadsBrussels (AFP) Feb 13, 2020

European health ministers expressed concern about stocks of medicine and medical supplies Thursday and urged EU member states to work together against the new coronavirus outbreak. There haves so far been only around 35 detected cases of the COVID-19 strain in the EU, and no-one has died, but the scale of the outbreak in China has raised concerns in Europe. Each of the 27 EU member state
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