Experts from China and the World Health Organization (WHO) joint team wearing face masks visit the Wuhan Tongji Hospital in Wuhan. Reuters
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The row came as Italy prepared the next stage of its gradual easing of a national lockdown imposed three months ago to fight the spread of the deadly virus.
“We are seeing a roughly similar pattern everywhere — I suspect we have more immunity than estimated,” Professor Karol Sikora, who previously directed the WHO’s cancer programme, said.
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