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Travelers wearing face masks walk along a concourse at Beijing Capital International Airport on Thursday. American schools are advising students to avoid travel to China, and some are working to evacuate students already there. China reported nearly 11,800 confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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As Coronavirus Spreads, U.S. Students In China Scramble To Leave

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Hong Kong Health Care Workers Threaten To Strike Over Coronavirus Concerns

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There are now nearly 10,000 cases of coronavirus — far more than the reported number of SARS cases worldwide during a 2003 outbreak. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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U.S. Warns Americans 'Do Not Travel To China' As Coronavirus Infections Surpass SARS

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Coronavirus Declared A Global Health Emergency By World Health Organization

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, Coronavirus, Brexit Day

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The Scene From Wuhan, A City On Lockdown

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Critics: U.K.'s Chinese Telecom Deal Is A Cybersecurity Risk

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, Coronavirus, U.K.-Huawei Deal

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Angry Chinese Ask Why Their Government Waited So Long To Act On Coronavirus

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Villagers just outside the city of Nanchang, Jiangxi, erected their own blockade with a sign that says, "Outside people and cars forbidden from entering." Residents say hundreds of migrant workers returned from Wuhan for the Lunar New Year holiday and are now not allowed to leave. Amy Cheng/NPR hide caption

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China Confirms Nearly 6,000 Cases Of Coronavirus

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