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Al Jazeera attempts to visit China's coronavirus epicentre

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Al Jazeera attempts to visit China's coronavirus epicentre

Al Jazeera attempts to visit China's coronavirus epicentre

Network's team travelled to region north of Hubei province, but with threat of quarantine, they were forced to leave.

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