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News a Canadian doctor warns much of the world is not prepared to manage the spreading coronavirus the position part of an expert World Health Organization team has just returned from China Dan carpenter reports Dr Bruce Aylward is an epidemiologist and assistant director general for the World Health Organization he recently led a group of experts to several Chinese cities including Wuhan I would says China had successfully managed to decrease the number of cases because of its robust approach and change the course of the outbreak but only by an aggressive response which included finding tracing contact social distancing and movement restriction I would says he witnessed the population band together to fight the virus describing the effort as staggering the W. H. O. experts as the rest of the world should learn from China's experience but that would take a very aggressive and tough