The latest outbreak of coronavirus in China has spread to a second city as authorities attempt to stop the virus from spreading.
The Associated Press reported Monday that one of 17 cases of COVID-19 reported in China on Monday was confirmed in Kashgar, an ancient city located in the northwestern Xinjiang province.
Authorities have responded to the infection with travel restrictions, according to the AP. Sixteen other cases reported in China on Monday were all in the Xinjiang regional capital of Urumqi, site of the country’s latest outbreak.
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