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Coronavirus hits Chinese health workers as economy limps back to life

Reuters Friday, 14 February 2020
BEIJING (Reuters - The new coronavirus has infected 1,700 Chinese health workers and killed six, authorities said on Friday, as businesses struggled to balance containment measures with a return from an extended post-holiday break.
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