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New Covid-19 cases pop up in Beijing.

Fresh Cluster Of Coronavirus Found In Parts Of Beijing

Fuelling fears of a resurgence of Coronavirus through local transmission, parts of Beijing has been placed under lockdown from June 13 as six new domestic cases were reported. The newly reported cases were linked to the Xinfadi meat market. Out of the six reported, three were Xinfadi market workers, one was a visitor, and two were employees at the China Meat Research Centre, all within the week.

Sat, 13 Jun 2020 - 12:54 PM / by Azam Sait

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