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COVID-19: death toll in China surges past 1,500; over 66,000 infected

Hindu Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
Chinese authorities have placed some 56 million people in Hubei under quarantine, virtually sealing off the province from the rest of the country in an unprecedented effort to contain the virus.
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The novel coronavirus has infected more than 73,243 people globally, mostly in mainland China.

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