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Coronavirus latest: Beijing outbreak ‘extremely severe’ as fears grow over second wave

Long-distance bus services linking Beijing with the rest of China have been suspended after 27 cases were reported in the capital. The resurgence has been traced back to the Xinfadi food market. Follow DW for the latest.

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