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Airlines and governments put the brakes on travel as coronavirus continues to spread

Many airlines have shut down services, and governments have imposed various travel bans. Image: REUTERS/TT News Agency/Fredrik Sandberg

Jamie Freed

Chief Correspondent, Asia Aviation and Defence, Reuters

Tracy Rucinski

Correspondent, Reuters

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