As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)
As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)

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As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)
As Chinese schools remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, a physics teacher in Zhengzhou teaches an online class on February 2. (Picture: Xinhua)
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