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Singapore says planning second evacuation flight from virus-hit Wuhan

Reuters Friday, 7 February 2020 ()
Singapore said on Friday it was planning another flight to bring Singaporeans back from virus-hit Wuhan, after officials earlier told Reuters the evacuation could happen within days.
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A second flight with Wuhan coronavirus evacuees is scheduled to touch down at MCAS Miramar Friday morning.

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