Coronavirus: US officials overruled expert advice on listing places visited by Patient 1

Washington state health officials overruled expert advice calling for the public naming of locations visited by the first coronavirus patient in the United States before he tested positive on January 20, raising fresh questions about how US authorities responded to the outbreak during the crucial early days before it spiralled into a national emergency.Washington state Secretary of Health John Wiesman made the decision not to reveal the locations despite the recommendations of a senior…

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