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    In Depth: How Wuhan Lost Its Grip on Thousands of Suspected Coronavirus Cases

    2020年02月07日 20:22 来源于 财新网
    A shortage of hospital beds and a slow, bureaucratic diagnosis process led to many being sent home to infect their relatives
    Passengers at Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei province, wear face masks to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus. The station was later closed to contain the outbreak. Photo: Ding Gang/Caixin

    Editor’s note: This is the fourth part of Caixin’s exclusive four-part in-depth report on China’s fight against the coronavirus outbreak. Please click here to check out part one, part two and part three.

    (Wuhan) — On Jan. 22, Li Yunhua looked at 266 CT scans from patients with fevers. Around half showed a similar kind of lung infection.

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