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CBS News 6 Feb 2020

Reporting from inside Wuhan, China – the center of the coronavirus outbreak


New York Times China correspondent Amy Qin has been reporting from inside Wuhan, China for almost a week. The city is on lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak. She joined CBSN AM to talk about her experience.

Listen to three workers talk about the highs and lows on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
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