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A new coronavirus has appeared to have killed a man from Saudi Arabia and sickened a Qatari man who had traveled to Saudi Arabia, reports the BBC. The Qatari man was flown to London for treatment, and NPR's Shots blog adds that scientists from the UK Health Protection Agency have examined the virus' gene sequence and say that this virus is not SARS.

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