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BBC Interviews African Students Trapped in the Wuhan Quarantine

There’s been surprisingly little social media content published by the hundreds, likely thousands of African students who are trapped in the massive quarantine zone in and around Wuhan in China’s Hebei province.

BBC Africa managed to make contact with an African student in Wuhan who described what are becoming increasingly dire conditions. 

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