Chinese coastal city Qingdao launches citywide COVID-19 testing

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video A massive coronavirus testing effort is underway in the coastal Chinese city of Qingdao after an outbreak emerged over the weekend. It’s the first outbreak on the Chinese mainland in nearly two months. CGTN reporter Cao Bing brings you the latest from the city.

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