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Chinese to undergo home quarantine for domestic new year travel

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Beijing, Jan 21 (EFE/EPA).- China will require negative coronavirus tests and home quarantines for those who want to return to rural areas during the lunar new year holiday period between Feb. 11 and Feb. 17, to stop the outbreaks of COVID-19 that plague the country.The National Health Commission took the measure, applicable from Jan. 28 to Mar. 8, due to concerns about the rapid spread of the virus in the towns of several northeastern provinces and on the eve of hundreds of millions of urban immigrants traveling to their villages. (Camera: WU HONG).B-ROLL OF THE PEOPLE AND THE CITY OF BEIJING, CHINA.

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