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Science  13 Mar 2020:
Vol. 367, Issue 6483, pp. 1172-1174
DOI: 10.1126/science.367.6483.1172

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In science news around the world, the novel coronavirus scuttles plans at federal agencies and scientific societies, North Korea's aggressive response to the virus threatens efforts to combat tuberculosis, the European Commission unveils new climate legislation, and advisers to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pan its decision to narrow the scope of protections under the Clean Water Act. Also, the U.K. government outlines a plan to combat bovine tuberculosis by trapping and vaccinating badgers rather than killing them, CRISPR gene editing gets its first test in the human body, and a treatment center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo releases its final Ebola patient, starting a countdown to officially declaring the country Ebola-free.

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