Chinese airlines transporting medics home from Hubei

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  • Thousands of medical workers from all across China answered the emergency call from Hubei Province in January and February. With the crisis abated, many can now take leave and reunite with their families after the stressful ordeal. China’s airlines are on hand to bring them home.

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