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'Come home,' Chinese tell relatives in Spain as coronavirus cases jump

Reuters Wednesday, 11 March 2020
In a usually bustling Madrid street popular with the city's growing Chinese community, 14 of 17 Chinese-owned shops were closed on Wednesday, their shutters pulled down or notes stuck to window fronts saying the owners were away.
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