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Chinese people are turning on the government as the coronavirus outbreak spirals into the Lunar New Year

Business Insider Saturday, 25 January 2020
Chinese people are turning on the government as the coronavirus outbreak spirals into the Lunar New Year· Friday and Saturday are meant to be the most festive days of China's year. Instead they are stalked by fear and anxiety.
· As the coronavirus outbreak centered in Wuhan has spread, ordinary Chinese people are increasingly turning of local officials — a rare step in the authoritarian nation.
· They cite hardship from a...
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