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More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge


More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge



Nearly 108 million people in China's Jilin province are being forced back on lockdown after a growing group of new coronavirus infections has triggered a backslide in the nation's push to return to normal. 

via FOX NEWS More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

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