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Coronavirus widens Hong Kong anger at government, China

Reuters Friday, 21 February 2020
Pro-democracy protesters have all but vanished from the streets of Hong Kong over the past month as residents avoid the new coronavirus, but the outbreak has broadened discontent with the city's leadership and China's influence on the financial hub.
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