'Trump Is Right About the Coronavirus. The WHO Is Wrong,' Says Israeli Expert

Dr. Dan Yamin has developed models for predicting the spread of infectious diseases, and helped curb the Ebola epidemic. He says the coronavirus could take some 13,000 lives in Israel – but there's cause for optimism

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Dr. Dan Yamin.
Dr. Dan Yamin.Credit: Tomer Applebaum
Oded Carmeli
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The Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, March 2020.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
A coronavirus patient in Rome.Credit: Cecilia Fabiano/AP
Hospital president Kim Sang-il (C) stands outside a COVID-19 novel coronavirus testing booth at Yangji hospital in Seoul on March 17, 2020.Credit: AFP
A quarantine ward being set up at Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum

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