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A cluster of dozens of new coronavirus cases in Beijing has prompted authorities to lock down parts of the city again, after nearly two months without any new local infections.
The outbreak has affected dozens of people, though most are asymptomatic, and raises concerns about how the virus might re-emerge, even in places where it appeared to be under control.
Written by Guardian staff
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