All Taiwan-Wuhan flights canceled amid virus outbreak
Taipei, Jan. 23 (CNA) All direct flights between Taiwan and Wuhan City in central China have been canceled, starting Thursday, as Chinese officials have imposed a lockdown on the city as part of their efforts to prevent the spread of a deadly new coronavirus, according to Taiwan's transportation ministry.
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