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In China's coronavirus epicenter, volunteers keep stricken city moving

Reuters Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
A day after the city government of Wuhan locked down all of its public transportation to keep the coronavirus outbreak that began in the city from spreading further, three nurses found themselves stranded outside Hankou train station.
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