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Wuhan natives in New York hit by second round of coronavirus agony

Community has little time to relive trauma as it seeks to aid its second home

A supermoon rises behind the Empire State Building, glowing red in solidarity with coronavirus victims.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- As Wuhan lifted itself out of its 76-day coronavirus lockdown at midnight on Wednesday, Chen Long, a native of the central Chinese city, watched videos of the monumental event from his apartment in Flushing, Queens, the biggest Chinatown in New York.

It was Chen's 17th day of staying in.

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