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What Lessons Can Be Learned From Asian Countries' Responses To Containing Coronavirus05:46
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Regions surrounding China have lowered coronavirus case numbers and flattened infection curves with aggressive prevention measures. Experts say the U.S. may already be too far behind the curve of cases to catch up, but there may be lessons to learn from these Asian countries' responses.

NPR global health and development correspondent Jason Beaubien (@jasonbnpr) speaks with host Jeremy Hobson about how the U.S. could still contain this virus.

This segment aired on March 24, 2020.

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