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Coronavirus is likely to affect Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting in May, Warren Buffett warned in a CNBC interview on Monday.

The 89-year-old Berkshire CEO joked that he and his 96-year-old partner, Charlie Munger, could be at risk as the deadly illness is “particularly tough on old people.”

“You’re gonna have two guys on the stage whose combined age is 185,” Buffett quipped.

The billionaire investor revealed that he discusses coronavirus with Bill Gates, his “science adviser.”

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Warren Buffett warned coronavirus is likely to affect Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting in May, and revealed that he discusses the potential pandemic with Microsoft founder Bill Gates, in a CNBC interview on Monday.

The yearly gathering in Omaha attracts a large

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