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Strongest Weapons to Battle COVID-19: Identify, Isolate, Treat, Trace, Repeat

There are nearly 4,000 infections and more than 100 deaths on the continent. Medical experts warn that key public health interventions must accompany border protections to empower nations in their battle to suppress the surge.

Strongest Weapons to Battle COVID-19: Identify, Isolate, Treat, Trace, Repeat
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