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COVID-19: Hong Kong cracks down as China lifts restrictions

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COVID-19: Hong Kong cracks down as China lifts restrictions

COVID-19: Hong Kong cracks down as China lifts restrictions

With local infections at zero, restrictions are being lifted in the epicentre of the outbreak, China's Hubei province, but Hong Kong is introducing further curbs.


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