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China locks down 10 cities as coronavirus death toll rises

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China locks down 10 cities as coronavirus death toll rises

China locks down 10 cities as coronavirus death toll rises

China has expanded lockdowns to at least 10 cities in a bid to contain the coronavirus outbreak.

On the eve of the Lunar New Year transportation has been shut down in at least 10 cities with a total of about 33 million people.


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