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Coronavirus Outbreak: Major sports events facing cancellation or threat

By Guardian Exclusive
10 March 2020   |   3:15 pm
The spread of coronavirus around the world has impacted the staging of sporting events around the world with major sports events facing cancellation or postponement.⁣ Here’s a video highlighting five (5) major sports events facing cancellation or postponement due to the spread of coronavirus.⁣

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