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China’s coronavirus epicentre Wuhan returns to life, but economic scars run deep

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]When Wang Dandan moved to Wuhan for a job managing a newly built hotel last summer, she could never have guessed the front seat-view she would have of the city’s battle against the coronavirus pandemic.After the severity of the outbreak became clearer and authorities sealed off the central Chinese city on January 23, her hotel became the sleeping quarters for medical professionals deployed across the city.Thanks to its proximity to two major hospitals, the hotel was soon abuzz with doctors and…

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When Wang Dandan moved to Wuhan for a job managing a newly built hotel last summer, she could never have guessed the front seat-view she would have of the city’s battle against the coronavirus pandemic.After the severity of the outbreak became clearer and authorities sealed off the central Chinese city on January 23, her hotel became the sleeping quarters for medical professionals deployed across the city.Thanks to its proximity to two major hospitals, the hotel was soon abuzz with doctors and…

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