Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Wuhan, in central China, was the first place in the world to suffer an outbreak of the novel coronavirus. It’s worth saying that out loud from time to time, both because it’s true and materially significant, and because a lot of people would like you to forget it.Because Wuhan is the site of the longest-running coronavirus outbreak, we ought to study what happened there carefully. It’s worth knowing as much as we can about how and why the disease started, and how it moved so quickly to the rest of the world.Even now, we know surprisingly little about that for certain, though day by day we are learning more. For example, how easily does the Chinese coronavirus spread through populations?SEN. TOM COTTON: CORONAVIRUS – HOW TO MAKE CHINA’S COMMUNIST PARTY PAY FOR THE COVID-19 PANDEMICEarly data from Wuhan led researchers to conclude that each infected person, on average, infected about 2.5 additional people. In epidemiological terms, that’s a lot; it means the outbreak could double every six days. That’s the assumption we’ve been working under ever since.Now it looks like that assumption has been a

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