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A police officer gestures at a photographer as people line up to get a nucleic acid test at a sport center after a spike of cases of the coronavirus disease in Beijing, China, June 17. 

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A police officer gestures at a photographer as people line up to get a nucleic acid test at a sport center after a spike of cases of the coronavirus disease in Beijing, China, June 17. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A police officer gestures at a photographer as people line up to get a nucleic acid test at a sport center after a spike of cases of the coronavirus disease in Beijing, China, June 17. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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People line up to enter a site for nucleic acid tests, following new cases of coronavirus infections in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

People line up to enter a site for nucleic acid tests, following new cases of coronavirus infections in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

People line up to enter a site for nucleic acid tests, following new cases of coronavirus infections in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a resident in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a resident in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a resident in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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Medical workers in protective suits attend to people lining up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  
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Medical workers in protective suits attend to people lining up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Medical workers in protective suits attend to people lining up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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Medical workers rest near a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Medical workers rest near a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Medical workers rest near a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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People line up to get a nucleic acid test next to a statue of late Chinese leader Mao Zedong at a park in the Fengtai district in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

People line up to get a nucleic acid test next to a statue of late Chinese leader Mao Zedong at a park in the Fengtai district in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

People line up to get a nucleic acid test next to a statue of late Chinese leader Mao Zedong at a park in the Fengtai district in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Volunteers from Blue Sky Rescue team in protective suits disinfect the Yuegezhuang wholesale market in Beijing, June 16. China Daily via REUTERS

Volunteers from Blue Sky Rescue team in protective suits disinfect the Yuegezhuang wholesale market in Beijing, June 16. China Daily via REUTERS

Volunteers from Blue Sky Rescue team in protective suits disinfect the Yuegezhuang wholesale market in Beijing, June 16. China Daily via REUTERS
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A blocked entrance of a high school is seen after schools were shut to curb the new outbreak in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

A blocked entrance of a high school is seen after schools were shut to curb the new outbreak in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

A blocked entrance of a high school is seen after schools were shut to curb the new outbreak in Beijing, June 17. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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A child receives a nucleic acid test from a medical worker in a protective suit in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A child receives a nucleic acid test from a medical worker in a protective suit in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A child receives a nucleic acid test from a medical worker in a protective suit in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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A medical worker in a protective suit holds a loudspeaker as people line up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A medical worker in a protective suit holds a loudspeaker as people line up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

A medical worker in a protective suit holds a loudspeaker as people line up outside a site for nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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A man receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in a residential compound in Beijing, June 21.    REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A man receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in a residential compound in Beijing, June 21.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A man receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in a residential compound in Beijing, June 21.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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People wearing face masks are seen near food stalls at a shopping complex in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

People wearing face masks are seen near food stalls at a shopping complex in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

People wearing face masks are seen near food stalls at a shopping complex in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
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A security guard takes body temperature measurement of a man at an entrance to a residential compound in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

A security guard takes body temperature measurement of a man at an entrance to a residential compound in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

A security guard takes body temperature measurement of a man at an entrance to a residential compound in Beijing, June 17.  REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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Meituan delivery workers wearing face masks wait in line to take nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 19. Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS

Meituan delivery workers wearing face masks wait in line to take nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 19. Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS

Meituan delivery workers wearing face masks wait in line to take nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 19. Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS
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A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a Meituan delivery worker in Beijing, June 19.  Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS

A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a Meituan delivery worker in Beijing, June 19. Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS

A medical worker in a protective suit conducts a nucleic acid test for a Meituan delivery worker in Beijing, June 19. Meituan Dianping/ via REUTERS
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A woman receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in Beijing, June 20.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A woman receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in Beijing, June 20.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A woman receives a nucleic acid test at a makeshift testing site in Beijing, June 20.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Police and security personnel attempt to prevent the photographer from taking pictures at the barrier  surrounding a residential area, near the Xinfadi market, that has been placed under lockdown after a new outbreak of the coronavirus in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Police and security personnel attempt to prevent the photographer from taking pictures at the barrier  surrounding a residential area, near the Xinfadi market, that has been placed under lockdown after a new outbreak of the coronavirus in...more

Police and security personnel attempt to prevent the photographer from taking pictures at the barrier  surrounding a residential area, near the Xinfadi market, that has been placed under lockdown after a new outbreak of the coronavirus in Beijing, June 20. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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A volunteer from the Blue Sky Rescue team, in a protective suit, disinfects the Nangong comprehensive market following a new outbreak of the coronavirus in Beijing,  June 18. REUTERS/Carlos Garica Rawlins

A volunteer from the Blue Sky Rescue team, in a protective suit, disinfects the Nangong comprehensive market following a new outbreak of the coronavirus in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Carlos Garica Rawlins

A volunteer from the Blue Sky Rescue team, in a protective suit, disinfects the Nangong comprehensive market following a new outbreak of the coronavirus in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Carlos Garica Rawlins
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Medical workers are seen at the entrance of a makeshift testing center in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Medical workers are seen at the entrance of a makeshift testing center in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Medical workers are seen at the entrance of a makeshift testing center in Beijing, June 18. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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People line up at night to receive nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 16. cnsphoto via REUTERS  

People line up at night to receive nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 16. cnsphoto via REUTERS  

People line up at night to receive nucleic acid tests in Beijing, June 16. cnsphoto via REUTERS  
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