‘Hard not to worry’: Weyburn grad student staying in Milan amid COVID-19 outbreak in Italy.

Kate Andrews, a student in Milan, says university classes have been suspended amid the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy, but she plans to remain in the capital.

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