Wuhan ordered all its 11 million residents to be tested for the coronavirus after 6 new cases were found, ending the city's 35-day streak of no new infections
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The Chinese city of Wuhan on Monday ordered all its 11 million residents be tested for the coronavirus.

Six new cases were found between Saturday and Sunday in the same residential compound located in the city's East West Lake district.

The six cases stem from a 89-year-old man who first exhibited symptoms on March 17, but was thought to have recovered.

The new cases marked the end of a 35-day run of no new daily infections in Wuhan. The city ended a lockdown on April 8, and...

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