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Bwoglines: World Health Organization And Cashless Ban Edition

Happening in the World: World Health Organization Director Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus met with Chinese government officials as the death toll from the coronavirus continues to rise. The mayor of Wuhan confirmed to CNBC that there are about 1,000 known cases of the coronavirus in the city. (CNBC)

Happening in the US: Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant died yesterday morning in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. All of the other passengers on board, including Bryant’s thirteen-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant, were presumed dead as welll. (ESPN)

Happening in NYC: Cashless businesses are illegal in NYC due to a bill passed by the City Council under the basis that a business that only accepts electronic or card payments discriminates against low-income individuals. Current businesses that operate under a cashless model are Dos Toros and By Chloe. (NY Post)

Happening on Campus: The Latin Dance Troupe Sabor will be hosting a free Salsa and Bachata workshop tonight from 9-11 PM in the Lerner Broadway Room. Prior experience and a partner are not required!

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