Live: Local authorities brief on COVID-19 containment in Putian

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A total of 99 confirmed #COVID19 cases have been reported in #Putian City in the recent outbreak of the disease in southeast China’s Fujian Province, local authorities said on Wednesday. Join CGTN for the latest on COVID-19 containment in the city.

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