Exhibition shows Wuhan’s battle with COVID-19

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    As China approaches the one-year anniversary of the Wuhan lockdown, visitors trickle into a massive propaganda exhibition devoted to showcasing the country’s triumph over the debilitating coronavirus pandemic

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