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Covid-19: A year after outbreak, Wuhan kin struggle to move on

By AFP
13 December 2020   |   2:22 pm
One year after the coronavirus began spreading from Wuhan, some of those who lost family members are no nearer to closure. Zhong Hanneng still struggles to sleep or eat following the death of her son, while Liu Pei'en shut down his business and converted to Buddhism to try to make sense of his father's death.

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