Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.EXCLUSIVE: The American plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit filed this month against China say the coronavirus outbreak has injected fear into their everyday lives, kept them home from work and taken away their beloved family members as the pandemic has swept across the United States — and they lay the blame squarely at China’s feet.The suit, which seeks to take advantage of limited exceptions in U.S. law that allow Americans to sue other governments, alleges that China “knew that COVID-19 was dangerous and capable of causing a pandemic, yet slowly acted, proverbially put their head in the sand, and/or covered it up in their own economic self-interest.”Representatives for Berman Law Group, the class-action firm backing the suit, say that they’ve had upward of 10,000 inquiries from Americans looking to join the class action. Jeremy Alters, the chief strategist and non-attorney spokesperson for the Berman Law Group, framed the suit as a struggle to help everyday people who have been wronged by a country that unleashed a pandemic on the world through its negligence.CORONAVIRUS: WHAT TO KNOW Health workers wheel a deceased person outside the Brooklyn Hospital Center, during the

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