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Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise As Extended Lunar New Year Ends

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Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise As Extended Lunar New Year EndsWatch VideoThe extended Lunar New Year holiday is officially over — meaning millions of people in China are returning to work.

The holiday was originally supposed to run from Jan. 24 to Jan. 30. But government officials extended the holiday in an effort to control the spread of a deadly coronavirus outbreak. Some provinces...
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The outbreak has killed at least 910 people and infected more than 40,000 across the globe.

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