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Chinese people travel home early to celebrate Lunar New Year amid pandemic


Beijing, Jan 19 (EFE/EPA).- Chinese people began to travel to their hometown early this year to celebrate the Chinese New Year after many cities announced that citizens must complete a quarantine requirement. (Camera: WU HONG).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE WEARING PROTECTIVE FACE MASKS CARRY THEIR BELONGINGS AT THE BEIJING RAILWAY STATION IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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