At least 17 people are dead in China and more than 500 are infected, as the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread throughout Asia and across the world. Here's what we know so far: cnn.it/2GcnTzU pic.twitter.com/sfgmhE05vR
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As China continues to try and contain the Wuhan coronavirus, officials have ordered a partial lockdown of the city of 11 million people. These queues were seen at a Wuhan train station, ahead of a temporary suspension of departing public transport: cnn.it/30MWka3

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CNN's team on the ground in Wuhan had to scramble to get out of the city before Chinese authorities implemented a public transport lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus. Here is their account of the 3 a.m. rush to leave: cnn.it/2TN9TVm pic.twitter.com/XXMWQ5WhpM
 
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هذه الطوابير الطويلة لمحاولة مواطني مدينة صينية تعدادها ١١ مليون السفر والخروج من المدينة الموبوءة بفايروس موهان قبل ان يعلن ان الإغلاق التام للمدينة ومنع المواطنين من الخروج او الدخول لها💔يارب رحمتك
 
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May the Almighty protect them all... Ameen
 
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Uh yeah lockdown any travel from China right now tbh
 
Pánico en China por el nuevo Coronavirus = /
 
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excuse for Xi to flex his flabby muscles,,
 
 
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Testing ground for virus based martial law, or break in scenario.
 
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Give me a ticket for an aeroplane Don't have time to take a fast train My Wuhan baby just sent me a coronavirus.. - China containx Wuhan coronavirus, including partial lockdown of a city of 11 million people, eg Wuhan train station cnn.it/30MWka3 pic.twitter.com/vVpgdI5JKX
 
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A tribulation from God for Uighur carnage !!
 
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@cnni does the “lockdown” include restricting the sale of exporting goods internationally? Millions of household goods are assembled/manufactured in China. How are the Chinese monitoring possible contamination of these goods? Please advise.
 
do you mean the rebels who are TEMPORARILY occupying the legal territories of the republic of china?
 
Have to give the Chinese government some credit on some occasions – they sure can respond fast with huge force in a crisis
 

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