Email By Tegan Taylor, wires Updated March 04, 2020 07:15:37 Photo: The coronavirus global death toll reached 3,048 on Tuesday morning. (Ryu Young-seok/Yonhap via AP) Related Story: Three more Australians have coronavirus after returning from Iran as hospitals brace for influx Related Story: Iran denies covering up hundreds of coronavirus deaths as WHO upgrades risk level to ‘very high’ Coronavirus is spreading much more rapidly outside China than within the country, leading the world into uncharted territory, but the outbreak can still be contained, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.This article is no longer being updated. You can find the latest coronavirus news and updates here.Do you have questions about coronavirus? Ask us.Key momentsAustralia’s cases approach 40Emirates asks staff to take leaveRyde Hospital doctor diagnosedUni student becomes Qld’s tenth caseRBA slashes interest ratesHow biosecurity control orders could affect AustraliansPM flags economic stimulus packageNo reason for special precautions unless you’ve been travelling, chief medical officer saysSix new countries report COVID-19South Korea seeks coronavirus murder chargesTraveller from Singapore tests positive in NSW Cases in India increase rapidlyIndia has ramped up its response to the COVID-19 outbreak after the number of confirmed cases rose from zero to six within just 24 hours.The… Read full this story
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