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Health workers from Wuhan's Tongji Hospital share an emotional embrace with their peers from a hospital in Jilin province at the Tianhe Airport. Colleagues who worked on the front lines together for the past two months bid farewell as Wuhan lifts the lockdown on Wednesday. Amy Cheng/NPR hide caption

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As China's Wuhan Ends Its Long Quarantine, Residents Feel A Mix Of Joy And Fear

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Dr. Zhong Nanshan has become the public face of COVID-19 containment efforts. Above, he speaks at a press conference on February 27. Chen Jimin/China News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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People in Wuhan, China, line up at a facility that tests discharged COVID-19 patients as well as individuals who had been held in isolation. Feature China/Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption

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A memorial for whistleblower Li Wenliang sits on UCLA's campus in Southern California last month. Chinese authorities are now apologizing for the reprimand that the doctor received after warning of the coronavirus. Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Workers wear protective face masks at the Yanfeng Adient factory in Shanghai, where car seats are assembled, on Feb. 24. Noel Celis/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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As New Coronavirus Cases Slow In China, Factories Start Reopening

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An entrance to a dormitory for Foxconn workers. China's factories normally ramp up production right after the Lunar New Year, but few workers have returned so far this year. Amy Cheng/NPR hide caption

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The Wide-Ranging Ways In Which The Coronavirus Is Hurting Global Business

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Flowers and a portrait of Dr. Li Wenliang is left at his hospital in Wuhan, China. Li, regarded a whistleblower in the coronavirus outbreak, died of the infectious disease on Friday. Getty Images hide caption

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Critics Say China Has Suppressed And Censored Information In Coronavirus Outbreak

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Millions of Beijing residents are expected to return to the capital city after going away for the Lunar New Year. Above: A traveler at Beijing's West Railway Station on Sunday. Betsy Joles for NPR hide caption

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Beijing Braces For Coronavirus Cases As Lunar Holiday Ends

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In this photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, medical workers in protective suits help transfer the first group of patients into the newly completed Huoshenshan temporary field hospital in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province. Xiao Yijiu/AP hide caption

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Travelers wearing face masks walk along a concourse at Beijing Capital International Airport on Thursday. American schools are advising students to avoid travel to China, and some are working to evacuate students already there. China reported nearly 11,800 confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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As Coronavirus Spreads, U.S. Students In China Scramble To Leave

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