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New York subway desolate as US coronavirus cases climb

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New York subway desolate as US coronavirus cases climb

New York subway desolate as US coronavirus cases climb

New York's famous subway was empty on Monday, as people obeyed orders to stay indoors due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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