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Spending Chinese new year under lockdown in Wuhan


Wang Yanhong and her husband prepared a family feast for their New Year celebrations -- but only two were eating this year in their apartment in the virus-stricken city of Wuhan.

Added on the 25/01/2020 07:56:22 - Copyright : AFP EN

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