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Virus epicentre in China reports no new Covid-19 cases

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Virus epicentre in China reports no new Covid-19 cases

Virus epicentre in China reports no new Covid-19 cases

China has recorded no new cases of Covid-19 in the virus epicentre Wuhan or in the surrounding Hubei province, officials said.

Wuhan had previously reported thousands of new cases of coronavirus infection daily, overwhelming its healthcare system.

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