China locked down 10 cities at the hub of a new coronavirus outbreak that has killed 25 people and infected at least 830, as health authorities around the world took action to prevent a global pandemic. The lockdowns on new cities encompass more than 20.5 million people. The virus originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei late last year and has spread to other Chinese cities including Beijing and Shanghai, as well as the United States, Thailand, South Korea and Japan.
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