PBS NewsHour

Can China's information about novel coronavirus be trusted?

Clip: 02/10/2020 | 5m 30s Video has closed captioning.

China is struggling to contain an outbreak of novel coronavirus that has now spread in small numbers to at least 25 other countries or territories. Both the official death toll and the number of confirmed cases have doubled in recent days, and there are doubts about the accuracy of data the Chinese government is reporting. William Brangham is joined by Georgetown University’s Lawrence Gostin.

Aired: 02/10/20

Rating: NR

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