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"Some people have expressed worry ... about the tests, which require people to cluster, and whether there's any infection risk," said one Wuhan resident who asked not to be named.
Beijing has 67 labs capable of processing 48,000 tests a day, but other less well–off provinces, including Yunnan and Guangxi, are playing catch–up, opening new labs in recent weeks.
Investigators, who analysed virus genomes from over 7,500 infected people, find nearly 200 mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 virus since China's outbreak but say this does not mean it is getting deadlier.
Senior school students are back at 121 institutions in China's Wuhan –– considered the Covid-19 pandemic's ground zero –– where they face a new normal: socially distanced classrooms and thermal scanners.
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