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Live updates: WHO: Travel bans hurting global cooperation

1 month ago   |   By Star Tribune

The World Health Organization says travel bans by countries are having an impact on global cooperation against the new omicron variant by causing "challenges" to the sharing of laboratory samples from South Africa that can help get better grips on the new variant.
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