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Chinese stay close to home after coronavirus brought under control

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
China's first test of travel demand after its coronavirus outbreak was the Qingming festival last weekend, but rather than hopping on a plane or train, Shan Mingyu and five of her family drove to a resort town close to her eastern home of Yixing.
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