The coronavirus outbreaks in China and South Korea appear to be slowing, as countries elsewhere in the world adopt drastic measures to try and stamp out the infection.
In Italy, where some 16 million people in Lombardy and other parts of the north are now subject to quarantine, there were some 133 deaths on Sunday, bringing the total to 366. More than 7,000 people in the country have been confirmed to have the virus.
In Iran, there were 49 new fatalities. Some 194 people have now died from COVID-19 there.
But latest figures from China and South Korea suggest the virus might be slowing in northeast Asia
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