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Nine COVID-19 cases, more than 400 flights canceled

Nanjing authorities have reported nine cases of COVID-19 among airport employees. As a result, more than 400 flights were canceled on Wednesday evening. In addition, the city of Nanjing launched mass testing in four areas near the airport. Anyone planning to leave the Yangtze metropolis, with a population of eight million, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Authorities had detected new infections during routine tests. The infected employees were immediately isolated and quarantined. According to authorities, these cases have been brought in from outside.

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