WHO says global risk of China virus is 'high'

GENEVA (AFP): The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday (Jan 27) said the global risk from the deadly virus in China was "high", admitting an error in its previous reports that said it was "moderate".

The UN health body said in a situation report published late Sunday (Jan 26) that the risk was "very high in China, high at the regional level and high at the global level".

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