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Reported Coronavirus Cases Top 5 Million Worldwide: Live Coverage

NYTimes.com Thursday, 21 May 2020
Warning of a potential ‘big explosion’ in cases, China is imposing a Wuhan-style lockdown in one region even as it opens others. Oxfam will pull out of 18 countries.
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