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Malaysia temporarily bans Chinese visitors from Hubei to curb virus spread

Reuters Monday, 27 January 2020
Malaysia imposed a temporary ban on Chinese nationals arriving from the city of Wuhan and surrounding Hubei province on Monday to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
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