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"The bigger the competition, the more complicated mitigating actions will have to be and therefore the less likely it is that they can be done safely," Brian McCloskey said.
The rate of new coronavirus cases has abated significantly in both countries without straining the capacity of their health systems.
The strict social distancing measures, including a near 11-week travel ban, appear to have paid off, and life is slowly getting back to normal in Wuhan, even as the virus devastates Europe and the US.
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