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China’s Covid-19 Cases Rise One Year After Original Outbreak

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The capital in Northern China’s Hebei province on Tuesday barred its 11 million residents from leaving in a move to curtail the latest spread of the coronavirus that originated in the world’s most populous nation roughly one year ago. Hebei has entered “wartime mode” to allow investigation teams to conduct contact tracing for those who…

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