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Surge in virus infections stokes fear in cities flanking China's Wuhan

Reuters Friday, 31 January 2020
A jump in infections in two Chinese cities flanking Wuhan, the epicenter of a rapidly-spreading virus epidemic, is fuelling fear that new hot spots are emerging in a province where strict transport curbs have already brought most activity to a halt.
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