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South Korea reports first virus death as 2.5m urged to stay home in city

Belfast Telegraph Thursday, 20 February 2020
South Korea has reported its first death from coronavirus, as officials in one major city urged its 2.5 million residents to avoid going outside as cases spiked.
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