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China reports rise in asymptomatic coronavirus cases, vows tighter border controls

CBC.ca Monday, 6 April 2020
Imported cases and asymptomatic patients, who show no symptoms but may still be able to pass the virus on, have become China's chief concern after draconian containment measures succeeded in slashing the overall infection rate.
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Local health authorities recorded 39 new cases on Sunday, 38 of which were imported.

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