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    Chinese Cities Eerily Empty Even as Country Returns to Work

    2020年02月10日 21:23 来源于 财新网
    Companies respond to end of extended Lunar New Year holiday by staying shut or ordering staff to work from home
    Passengers wear masks on the Guangzhou subway on Feb. 10. Photo: Liang Yingfei/Caixin

    After China’s deadly coronavirus outbreak prompted the government to extend the Lunar New Year national holiday, many people in the country officially returned to work Monday — but it was far from business as usual.

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