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The study dashes hopes that combining piperacillin and tazobactam might help prevent overuse of carbapenems.
As Florida announces new cases, health labs have noted a lag in testing for pregnant woman and the WHO says Asia will experience wider transmission.
Also, Florida, the Philippines, and Singapore report more locally acquired cases.
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