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As South Africans Begin Their Lockdown Period, Compatriots Back in Wuhan Offer Some Advice on How to Cope

Now that the 114 South Africans who were evacuated from Wuhan last month have been cleared and allowed to return home, Eyewitness News interviewed a number of students and other expatriates who stayed behind in China to find out how they’re coping with the difficulties of daily life in the COVID-19 epicenter.

Their experiences are especially timely for South Africa, who is now undergoing its own lockdown and confronting the spread of the virus. 

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