Alex Wigglesworth

LA Times

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California has six confirmed cases of novel coronavirus. Two California military bases have been selected as possible quarantine sites for overseas travelers.

How Southern California is reacting to the coronavirus

California has six confirmed cases of novel coronavirus. Two California military bases have been selected as possible quarantine sites for overseas travelers.

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