2019nCoV continues to spread from China and now many disease experts are increasingly thinking that it is likely to become a pandemic that circumnavigates the globe. The prospect is daunting. The good news is that although the disease is spreading, it is still primarily in China and the fatality rate remains low – about 2 percent (much better than SARS 9 percent or MERS 34 percent). A pandemic — an ongoing epidemic on two or more continents — will certainly have consequences to the global economy and cause major disruptions to supply chains. What does your company use that comes…
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