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Seattle-area health providers monitoring the first confirmed U.S. cases of coronavirus say they're equipped to handle the contagious disease after last year's wave of measles.

Outbreak-Tested By Measles, Washington State Officials Feel Ready For Coronavirus

By Will Stone NPR
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