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Travel drops 58% in China during lunar New Year due to coronavirus breakouts

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Beijing, Feb 18 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: Wu Hong) The number of passengers that traveled during the New Year holidays in China fell by 57.9% compared to 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreaks registered in the country during the first weeks of the year, a problem that is now under control according to the latest official figures. FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE READY TO TRAVEL DURING THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS IN CHINA

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