A mysterious virus in China is a reminder that the world isn't ready for a pandemic. Bill Gates says we should prepare for a deadly outbreak as we do for war.




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  • 2020-01-16 23:43:00Z
  • By Business Insider
A mysterious virus in China is a reminder that the world isn\
A mysterious virus in China is a reminder that the world isn\'t ready for a pandemic. Bill Gates says we should prepare for a deadly outbreak as we do for war.  
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