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Iran starts intercity travel ban amid fears of second wave of coronavirus

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020
Iran started an intercity travel ban on Thursday, an Iranian official said in a televised news conference, amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections in the Middle East's worst-hit country.
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