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Chinese travellers unconcerned about SARS-like virus amid information clampdown

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As fears that the SARS-like virus in China will spread during the Lunar New Year holiday, when hundreds of millions of Chinese move around the country or overseas, only a minority of travellers leaving Beijing expressed concern amid strict government control of information about the virus. The true scale of the outbreak of a mysterious SARS-like virus in China is likely far bigger than officially reported, scientists have warned, as countries ramp up measures to prevent the disease from spreading. N°1NW33HN°1NX33Y

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