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Coronavirus breaks into China prisons as global markets, U.S. business take hit

Reuters Friday, 21 February 2020
The coronavirus has infected hundreds of people in Chinese prisons, authorities said on Friday, contributing to a jump in reported cases beyond the epicentre in Hubei province, including 100 more in South Korea.
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