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Russia sets up Siberia quarantine to prepare for potential virus spread

Reuters Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Russia said on Tuesday it was preparing for the potential spread of China's coronavirus as authorities closed schools and cancelled public events in some regions, though officials attributed that simply to flu.
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