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UK to send another civilian aircraft to help Britons leave Wuhan - Sky News

Reuters Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Britain's Foreign Office will charter another civilian aircraft to help British nationals and their dependents leave China's Wuhan for the UK on Sunday amidst the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, Sky News reported late on Tuesday.
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