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Ministers have warned over-reaction could cost Britain dear asking schools to stay open and employers not to close offices in attempts to stem rising panic over the ongoing spread of coronavirus.
In the US, President Donald Trump appointed  Vice President Mike Pence to head the fight against the virus insisting risks to Americans remain very low because of the very good early precautions taken by his administration.
Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that a person in California is the first in the US to become infected who doesn't appear to have traveled abroad or been exposed to another patient.
The guidance from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Public Health England (PHE) says workers with suspected cases should be put in isolation while medical help is sought, but stresses: "Closure of the workplace is not recommended.



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