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Beijing eateries again shunned on second wave of infections

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A major bus terminal in downtown Beijing was nearly empty on June 23. (Photo by Issaku Harada)

BEIJING -- Two weeks after the coronavirus returned to the Chinese capital, rattling residents and the central government, restaurants here have been knocked off their recovery track.

A bus terminal in Sihui, a neighborhood 9 km east of Tiananmen Square, was rather quiet this week, with long-distance service suspended and the entrance to that section closed.

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