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As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct flights from China: Report Over 1,300 direct flights from China to 17 US cities brought back hundreds of thousands of people before President Donald Trump imposed travel restrictions. In the days after China made the disclosure about its coronavirus outbreak, nearly 430,000 people arrived in the US on direct flights from the country, in
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05-04-2020 15:22

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct flights from China: Report


Over 1,300 direct flights from China to 17 US cities brought back hundreds of thousands of people before President Donald Trump imposed travel restrictions.


As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

In the days after China made the disclosure about its coronavirus outbreak, nearly 430,000 people arrived in the US on direct flights from the country, including thousands who travelled directly from Wuhan, the epicenter of the pandemic, a report in The New York Times said.

Over 1,300 direct flights from China to 17 US cities brought back hundreds of thousands of people before President Donald Trump imposed travel restrictions.

"Since Chinese officials disclosed the outbreak of a mysterious pneumonia-like illness to international health officials on New Year's eve, at least 430,000 people have arrived in the United States on direct flights from China, including nearly 40,000 in the two months after President Trump imposed restrictions on such travel, according to an analysis of data collected in both countries, the report said.

It added that testing at the airports and follow-ups with travellers coming from China was not stringent enough.

During the first half of January, when Chinese officials were underplaying the severity of the outbreak, no travellers from China were screened for potential exposure to the virus.

Health screening began in mid-January, but only for a number of travellers who had been in Wuhan and only at the airports in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, it said.

By that time, about 4,000 people had already entered the US directly from Wuhan, the report quoted VariFlight, an aviation data company based in China.

The bulk of the 430,000 passengers, who were of multiple nationalities, arrived in January at airports spread across the length and breadth of the US-Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Newark and Detroit. Thousands of them flew directly from Wuhan, the center of the coronavirus outbreak, as American public health officials were only beginning to assess the risks to the US, the report said.

According to estimates by the Johns Hopkins University, there are more than 1.2 million coronavirus cases across the world, the highest being in the US (311,544) as of April 4. More than 64,000 people have died globally with 8,400 in the US.

Even as severe restrictions on travel and movement of people were eventually put in place, flights continued this past week, with passengers travelling from Beijing to Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, under rules that exempt Americans and some others from the clampdown that took effect on February 2.

In all, 279 flights from China have arrived in the US since then, and screening procedures have been uneven, the report said.

While President Donald Trump has repeatedly said that his travel measures impeded the virus' spread in the US and we're the ones that kept China out of here, the NYT report said analysis of the flight and other data shows the travel measures, however effective, may have come too late to have kept China out.

Given that health officials now believe that as many as 25 per cent of people infected with the virus may never show symptoms, infectious-disease experts suspect that the virus had been spreading undetected for weeks after the first American case was confirmed in Washington State on January 20.
In January, before the broad screening was in place, there were over 1,300 direct passenger flights from China to the United States, according to VariFlight and two American firms, MyRadar and FlightAware.

About 381,000 travellers flew directly from China to the United States that month, about a quarter of whom were American, according to data from the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration.

Several passengers arrived from China after transiting through other countries. While actual passenger counts for indirect fliers were not available, Sofia Boza-Holman, a spokeswoman for the Department of Homeland Security, said they represented about a quarter of travellers from China.

The report also added that about 60 per cent of travellers on direct flights from China in February were not American citizens, according to the most recently available government data.

Most of the flights were operated by Chinese airlines after American carriers halted theirs.


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itu namanya senjata makan tuan , satu orang militer USA menjangkiti sekota Wuhan, lalu orang wuhan tamasya ke USA, anggap aja virusnya pulang kampung emoticon-Big Grin
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china harus bertanggungjawab ke seluruh dunia atas kekacauan ini

semua negara harus menuntut ganti rugi ratusan trilyun ke china
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05-04-2020 18:43
Bandingkan dengan yang dari EU
Quote:60,000 people landed in the US from Europe every single day before the travel ban. 430,000 from China is actually super low considering the circumstances.


Contoh di Kanada
Quote:The 430000 figure means nothing and isn't much more than click-bait if the article doesn't provide the number of positive cases that arose from these passengers. I haven't looked for data for the US but in my province Ontario, of the 772 travel related cases only 4 were related to China (to put things in perspective, 246 were related to US travel), and not only were they the first 4 cases in the province but all were identified between January and February. Could there have been community spread from these 4 cases? Possible, but unlikely given the time when these cases were identified and the fact that provincial totals were still <40 by early-mid March.


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Quote:There was no China Travel Ban. There was a Chinese Travel Ban. An American, their family, students, residents, almost everyone but tourists could travel to China and back to the US with no restrictions, no checks, no screenings, no nothing. Heck, the internal Chinese lockdown on travel and flights did more than Trump's stupid and ineffective "travel ban".

And the NY outbreak almost certainly was precipitated by Trump's second ban on Europe, which resulted in a flood of travellers back to America, especially to the three airports around NYC. When did that happen? Exactly 3 weeks ago. Not a coincidence we started seeing infections spiking a week after.


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Quote:He didn't block Americans flying in from China, and didn't require that they go through any kind of quarantine. They were exactly as likely to carry the virus as Chinese citizens but they were allowed through with absolutely no checks or tests at all, not even temperature. It was literally just "You're Chinese? You're not allowed in". NOTHING to do with the virus.

Then, when it started spreading in Europe and the rest of the world, he didn't implement a European travel ban until Italy was hitting 250 deaths a day. And STILL he wasn't requiring returning American citizens to go through any kind of checks or quarantine procedures. They literally just waltzed through US customs from hot spots around the globe.

He didn't give a flying fuck about preventing the spread of the virus when he implemented the chinese travel ban. In fact, by instituting these bans and not following up with mandatory monitored quarantine periods for incoming Americans, one could argue that the bans spread this virus WORSE than doing nothing. It caused a huge number of Americans abroad to panic and fly back all at once from all over the globe, free to spread the virus across all 50 states.


Kesimpulannya ?
Trump yang goblok.
Uda sampai keadaan kayak gini akhirnya semua cara digunakan untuk menuduh China atas kegagalannya sendiri.

Mau tau penyebab kenapa AS banyak kasus sekarang.

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05-04-2020 20:39
430,000 people have traveled from China to the US since the COVID-19 outbreak appeared – including nearly 40,000 who arrived after President Trump imposed travel restrictions


430,000 people traveled from China to the US since the COVID-19 outbreak
Nearly 40,000 arrived in the two months after Trump issued travel restrictions
13,000 direct flights and 381,000 passengers from China arrived in the US during January
Majority of flights went to New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit, Seattle and Newark
In February, about 60 percent of people traveling on direct flights from China were not American citizens
Travelers described COVID-19 health screenings in airports as inattentive
Screenings first focused on travelers from Wuhan, but expanded under Trump's travel restriction
United States has 311,632 recored cases and 8,503 deaths


At least 430,000 people have traveled from China to the United States on direct flights since the COVID-19 disease surfaced last year - with nearly 40,000 arriving in the two months after President Trump imposed travel restrictions.

Additionally, there were more than 1,300 direct passenger flights and 381,000 travelers arriving to the United States from China in January. Around a quarter were Americans.

The New York Times reports that thousands of these passengers flew directly from China as US health officials were just beginning to gauge the severity of the outbreak.

The first reported cases of coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year.

The majority of the passengers arrived in January at major airports in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit, Seattle and Newark.


As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China
At least 430,000 people have traveled from China to the United States on direct flights since the COVID-19 disease began in Wuhan last year


As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China
In February, about 60 percent of people traveling on direct flights from China were not American citizens.


Over the past week, flights leaving Beijing continued to land in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, mainly Americans and some others who were exempt from the restriction placed on February 2.

Since then, 279 flights from China have come to the United States and interviews suggest that coronavirus screenings have been inconsistent.

Trump previously said his travel measures 'kept China out of here' and applauded his administration for implementing the guidelines 'very early.'

However, data collected by The Times suggested the travel ban may have come too late, amid reports from public health officials that believe COVID-19 entered the United States unannounced as asymptomatic.

Although US officials identified the first confirmed case on January 20 in Washington State, no one knows when coronavirus first arrived as asymptomatic cases could have been spreading for weeks beforehand.


No travelers from China experienced health screening during the first half of January -when China was downplaying the number of infection cases - but they began midway through the month.

By then, health screenings only applied to travelers from Wuhan, the COVID-19 epicenter, and at airports in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.

But around 4,000 people had already flown into the United States from Wuhan, according to data from VariFlight. The screening protocol would include all passenger from China two weeks later.

Those who have undergone screenings describe how surprisingly inattentive and permissive the were.

'I was surprised at how lax the whole process was,' Andrew Wu, 31, who landed at Los Angeles International Airport from Beijing this month, told The Times.

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As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

Sabrina Fitch, 23, said she and 40 other passenger had their temperatures taken twice and were told to complete forms about their travels and health.

'Besides looking at our passports, they didn’t question us like we normally are questioned,' said Fitch, who flew from China to Kennedy International Airport in New York on March 23.

'So it was kind of weird, because everyone expected the opposite, where you get a lot of questions. But once we filled out the little health form, no one really cared.'

19 flights departed from Wuhan to New York or San Francisco in January - and they were mostly filled.

On January 17, the government began screening travelers from Wuhan, but only 400 additional passengers arrived on direct flights before Chinese airports were shut down.

In addition to the 1,300 direct passenger flights and 381,000 travelers who arrived to the United States, an unknown amount arrived from China on specific itineraries that stopped in another country beforehand.

Sofia Boza-Holman, a spokeswoman for the Department of Homeland Security, said those travelers account for a quarter of travelers from China. She claimed Trump's travel restrictions reduced all passengers from China by approximately 99 percent.

In February, about 60 percent of people traveling on direct flights from China were not American citizens. The majority of those flights were operated by Chinese airlines US airlines stopped flying.

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China
Fitch: 'So it was kind of weird, because everyone expected the opposite, where you get a lot of questions. But once we filled out the little health form, no one really cared'

Of the screenings, health officials revealed the process would expand beyond arrivals from Wuhan.

According to Dr. Robert R. Redfield, director of the CDC, passengers would be screened for significant risk, as well as any evidence of symptoms.

If there was no cause for additional screening, 'they would be allowed to complete their travel back to their home, where they then will be monitored by the local health departments in a self-monitoring situation in their home.'

In a statement Thursday, the CDC said screenings were 'part of a layered approach' that may 'slow and reduce the spread of disease' when compounded with additional public health guidelines.

Wu, who has had not fallen ill or shown symptoms, described the follow-up from health officials after his health screening as dismal.


Although he was instructed to quarantine for 14 days, Wu only received two message reminders by text message and email.

Chandler Jurinka, a traveler who flew from Beijing to Seattle with stops in Tokyo and Vancouver, said his experience with health screenings were even more careless.

At the Seattle-Tacoma airport, Jurinka said an immigration officer examined his documents and proceeded to ask questions unrelated to coronavirus about his life in China.

No designated staff ever asked to take his temperature.

'He hands me my passport and forms and says, "Oh, by the way, you haven’t been to Wuhan, have you?"' said Jurinka.

'And then he says, "You don’t have a fever, right?"'

Jurinka was told to quarantine and to expect a follow-up call, but no call ever came.

The United States has since become the country with the largest number of coronavirus cases. There are 311,632 recored cases and 8,503 deaths.



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05-04-2020 21:18
sebagai negara yang terbuka, tidak bisa disalahkan dalam keadaan ini, namun presiden as memang terlalu ignorance, walaupun pada akhirnya ia membenahi diri
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amerika adalah negara utama tujuan imigran

tidak heran warga china banyak yang berbondong-bondong ke sana

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Kok bisa ya kelas CCP membuat 50 cent army sekelas drungtot yg sejak 2012 bahasanya itu itu terus dan eksis.

Mending 50 cent army sekelas Schivver, Soljin dan Budakdelusi masih agak bisa berargumen.
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09-04-2020 22:54

DID CHINA REALLY COVERUP THE VIRUS? A MYTH DEBUNKED

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

Over the course of the course of the outbreak, the narrative surrounding Covid-19 has changed from “China did great in containing the virus” to “China covered up the virus for weeks, CCP must be held accountable”. Many have started to parrot the Chinese “cover up” blindly without looking into the claims.

The “cover up” is largely a false narrative that was initially propagated by various news outlets, like the New York Times and the Guardian.

On March 21, leaked cables and statements from officials revealed the US State Department had informed its officials to propagate the coverup myth in order to distract the American public from its own failures.

“These talking points are all anyone is really talking about right now,” one official said. “Everything is about China. We’re being told to try and get this messaging out in any way possible, including press conferences and television appearances.”


The main claims of Chinese coverups by Western media:

1. China arrested whistleblower Li Wenliang to silence him

On December 30, Li Wenliang sent some messages to a private Wechat group with a few of his friends, claiming that he saw patient scans and that “There has been 7 confirmed cases of SARS”

Li Wenliang was an opthalmologist (a doctor specialised in eye disorders), who claimed that the virus outbreak was confirmed to be SARS. This was objectively false information spread by a doctor in an unrelated field, obviously he would get censured for spreading rumours. Also, contrary to popular belief, he was not arrested at all, only told by the police to stop spreading rumours and sign a notice. He was reportedly at the police station for only an hour, hardly as serious as Western media have made it sound.

Another important point that counters the “coverup” theory. He was called down to the police on 3 January, four days after China had already informed the WHO.

This post goes into further detail debunking the New York Times claim that Li Wenliang was a whistleblower and shows how they twisted the story to suit their narrative: https://mronline.org/2020/03/05/yell...g-an-epidemic/

Another example of how the New York Times twists information:
As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

2. China issued gag order and instructions to destroy samples on January 3rd

The New York Post, claims that China’s National Health Commission’s issuing of gag order and instructions to destroy the samples on January 3rd was evidence of coverup.

There are 2 problems with this claim. Firstly, China already informed the WHO of the virus 4 days prior, on 31 December. There is no reason China would inform the WHO voluntarily if they were going to try and cover it up.

Secondly, they intentionally left out the reasoning behind the NHC’s actions, which is that commercial gene sequencing companies are not allowed to process highly contagious viruses. “China’s NHC published an announcement classifying the coronavirus as a highly pathogenic micro-organism (type 2), and requested all samples to be handed to provincial or higher level health authorities. All other organizations or person with the virus sample should either destroy or transfer them”

[Url]http://china.caixin.com/2020-02-26/101520972.html [/url]
http://shorturl.at/cwABT

https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/ea...ttled-in-china

3. China covered up whether it was human-to-human transmissible

This SCMP article quoting the New England Medical Journal is frequently used as evidence that China covered up information about its transmissibility. The journal states that “there is evidence that human-to-human transmission has occurred among close contacts since the middle of December 2019.”

This Vox article quoting Lancet presents two cases of human-to-human transmission before January 20. One is the wife of the first person who died. The other is a family in Shenzhen.

Yes, both China and WHO knew about these cases and did not declare the virus was human-to-human transmissible at the time.
https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/ea...read-wider-who

That is because “limited human-to-human transmission between close contacts” is not the same as declaring it “human-to-human transmissible”. For it to be officially declared “human-to-human transmissible” there had to be evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission. https://twitter.com/WHOWPRO/status/1...41294291308545

It was only when there was widespread infection to medical staff on the 20th of January that there was sufficient evidence to declare it was “human-to-human transmissible”.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/202..._138721762.htm

4. China faked the numbers

Few media outlets have actually made this claim, but instead many commentators have claimed, without a shred of evidence that China must be faking its numbers because Italy had a higher mortality rate.

Simply compare the mortality rate and spread with other countries. Germany, South Korea and many other countries reported much lower cases and mortality rates. China’s mortality rate is nothing special, right in the middle. Italy also started to peak around 2 weeks after quarantine began, right in line with statistics from Wuhan at the time of its quarantine.

There are things you can’t hide, like mass graves, trucks full of dead bodies. China has not had any of these reports despite thousands of Western reporters trying to dig for scoops. Maybe bureaucracy might cause a few unreported cases here and there, but there has been no evidence at all of a mass coverup of cases and deaths.

Reports of imported cases in South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan also show that the number of cases from China has drastically decreased, so unless they’re lying, it shows that China has contained the virus.

On the other hand, Japan has been underreporting its cases, using only one sixth of its capacity despite WHO encouraging states to make as many tests as possible. France excluded people dying in homes or nursing homes from death numbers. An Italian mayor leaked that many who died in their homes are not counted in death numbers. Yet somehow no Western media reports them as coverups.

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

5. Various other tabloid claims of 40,000 urns, 21 million cellphone users gone, 1500 asymptomatic cases, Dr Ai Fen disappeared, US state department claim

Claims of 40,000 urns came from Radio Free Asia, which arrived at the figure through bullshit extrapolation. Debunked here

21 million cell phone users stopped services due to cessation of businesses, not because they all died, revealed by AP.

1500 asymptomatic cases were already counted and reported as suspected cases by China’s CDC. China voluntarily started to include these cases as confirmed cases, when pretty much all other countries only counted cases with severe symptoms. Even foreigners have called the bullshit of Western media.

Dr Ai Fen’s was claimed by Radio Free Asia to have disappeared because she did not appear on social media for a week. Debunked here

US state department report that China covered up was revealed by “unnamed sources”. And that’s assuming the US state department, which brought us Iraq and Libyan wars, reports on China credibly

Commendations of China’s response to COVID-19

Donald Trump

As coronavirus spread, 430,000 people arrived in US on direct from China

Yes, Donald Trump and the rest of his government knew China was transparent and took great measures to contain the virus.

It was only when the virus exposed how incompetent the US was that he decided to switch to attacking China, spreading the cover-up myth to distract Americans, as I detailed in another post: https://asia-review.com/2020/03/20/h...-incompetence/

Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong

Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Sunday that blaming China for the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is unfair and called for countries to focus on solving the health crisis.

“I’m sure that there are many aspects of the Chinese response to this outbreak, which they would look back upon and believe that they should have done better,” Lee told “Fareed Zakaria GPS” on CNN. “But I don’t think overall that one can say this would not have happened if only the Chinese had done the right thing.”

CNN host Zakaria asked him if claims of a Chinese “cover-up,” especially by some U.S. politicians such as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, was fair comment.

Lee pointed out that when looking at the development patterns of the virus outbreak in many other countries, “they don’t have the Chinese government, and yet they have not found it easy to keep the outbreak under control in their country.”

[Url]https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-03-30/Singapore-PM-says-unfair-to-hold-China-responsible-for-the-pandemic–Phl7BqRfXy/index.html[/url]

Bill Gates
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Bill Gates counters the common perception of China faking its numbers.

Science Magazine

“Responding to an outbreak of a novel coronavirus (agent of COVID-19) in December 2019, China banned travel to and from Wuhan city on 23 January and implemented a national emergency response.

We investigated the spread and control of COVID-19 using a unique data set including case reports, human movement and public health interventions.

The Wuhan shutdown was associated with the delayed arrival of COVID-19 in other cities by 2.91 days (95%CI: 2.54-3.29). Cities that implemented control measures pre-emptively reported fewer cases, on average, in the first week of their outbreaks (13.0; 7.1-18.8) compared with cities that started control later (20.6; 14.5-26.8).

Suspending intra-city public transport, closing entertainment venues and banning public gatherings were associated with reductions in case incidence. The national emergency response appears to have delayed the growth and limited the size of the COVID-19 epidemic in China, averting hundreds of thousands of cases by 19 February”

https://science.sciencemag.org/conte...cience.abb6105

WHO Joint Mission

The WHO Joint Mission consisted of 25 national and international experts. It was headed by Dr. Bruce Aylward of WHO and Dr Wannian Liang of the People’s Republic of China. The Joint Mission was implemented over a 9-day period from 16-24 February 2020.

1. In the face of a previously unknown virus, China has rolled out perhaps the most ambitious, agile and aggressive disease containment effort in history. The strategy that underpinned this containment effort was initially a national approach that promoted universal temperature monitoring, masking, and hand washing. However, as the outbreak evolved, and knowledge was gained, a science and risk-based approach was taken to tailor implementation. Specific containment measures were adjusted to the provincial, county and even community context, the capacity of the setting, and the nature of novel coronavirus transmission there.

2. Achieving China’s exceptional coverage with and adherence to these containment measures has only been possible due to the deep commitment of the Chinese people to collective action in the face of this common threat. At a community level this is reflected in the remarkable solidarity of provinces and cities in support of the most vulnerable populations and communities. Despite ongoing outbreaks in their own areas, Governors and Mayors have continued to send thousands of health care workers and tons of vital PPE supplies into Hubei province and Wuhan city.

3. China’s bold approach to contain the rapid spread of this new respiratory pathogen has changed the course of a rapidly escalating and deadly epidemic.
A particularly compelling statistic is that on the first day of the advance team’s work there were 2478 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in China. Two weeks later, on the final day of this Mission, China reported 409 newly confirmed cases. This decline in COVID-19 cases across China is real.

4. China is already, and rightfully, working to bolster its economy, reopen its schools and return to a more normal semblance of its society, even as it works to contain the remaining chains of COVID-19 transmission.
Appropriately, a science-based, riskinformed and phased approach is being taken, with a clear recognition and readiness of the need to immediately react to any new COVID-19 cases or clusters as key elements of the containment strategy are lifted.

Full report: https://www.who.int/docs/default-sou...nal-report.pdf


Conclusion

China’s response to the outbreak of Covid-19 has been exceedingly transparent, swift, effective and lifesaving.

However, the narrative has been hijacked by a few Western media outlets to propagate a cover-up using nitpicked events that were twisted to fit their narrative.

The reason it has been succesful is because it aligns with pre-existing Western biases about China’s government being untrustworthy liars.

No amount of re-writing history will change the objective reality that China faced an entirely new virus, had to do all the discovery from scratch, and still had the fastest and most aggressive response. And nothing will change how the entire western world, despite having all the homework done for them, still failed to react until thousands or tens of thousands of cases emerged.


Further reading:

How the New York Times spun a fake narrative of Chinese coverup: https://mronline.org/2020/03/05/yell...g-an-epidemic/

The real timeline of Covid-19:


China and the coronavirus: https://www.reddit.com/r/communism/c...e_coronavirus/


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