China halts travel in Wuhan to fight spread of coronavirus during Lunar New Year

China halts travel in Wuhan to fight spread of coronavirus during Lunar New Year

The Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak suspended travel including bus, subway, ferry, and passenger travel, Chinese state media said.
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