Official: No new cases reported in Hubei for 4 consecutive days

Central China’s Hubei Province has reported more than 67,000 coronavirus cases and over 3,100 deaths as of Friday.

Local authorities said no new cases were reported in Hubei for four consecutive days ending Friday.

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