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Chinese trips during New Lunar Year dropped by 58%

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Beijing (China), Feb 18 (EFE), (Camera: Hong Wu).- According to recent data, the number of passenger trips during the Chinese New Year dropped by 58%. FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE WEARING PROTECTIVE FACE MASKS AT THE BEIJING RAILWAY STATION AFTER CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS.

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