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Beijing braces for second wave after 49 new coronavirus cases confirmed

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Beijing braces for second wave after 49 new coronavirus cases confirmed

Beijing braces for second wave after 49 new coronavirus cases confirmed

Beijing has closed the Xinfadi market, ordered tests to be carried out on all its workers and put surrounding neighbourhoods in lockdown.View on euronews

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