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Australians boarding for evacuation from China as virus deaths mount

Reuters Sunday, 2 February 2020
Australians boarded a Qantas jet in Wuhan on Monday morning, fleeing the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China on a flight chartered by the Australian government which will take them into quarantine on a remote island.
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