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Despite Coronavirus Concern, Lunar New Year Festival Goes On In San Francisco

NPR Saturday, 8 February 2020
Despite concerns about the coronavirus spreading in the U.S., San Francisco is going ahead with its major festival wrapping up the Lunar New Year celebration this weekend.
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