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China Daily / 2020-03 / 26 / Page003

People come back from front line to capital

By Du Juan in Beijing and Zhou Huiying in Harbin | China Daily | Updated: 2020-03-26 00:00

Beijing welcomed on Wednesday the first batch of train passengers from Central China's Hubei province since the novel coronavirus pneumonia broke out.

Beijing authorities expect it will take another two weeks or so to bring most of the workers still in Hubei back to their jobs in the capital.

After high-speed trains G488 and G4838 arrived at Beijing West Railway Station, a total of around 800 passengers from cities including Huangshi, Xiaogan, Xiangyang and Shiyan in Hubei exited the station through a specified platform after having temperatures checked.

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