Coronavirus: Chinese businesses suffer in London

London's Chinatown goes quiet as customers stay away amid news of third person infected with virus in UK.

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    As a third person is diagnosed with coronavirus in the United Kingdom, many Chinese businesses in London have taken a hit.

    Restaurants in the capital's normally bustling Chinatown are now nearly empty.

    And some ethnic Chinese have reported feeling singled out as fears about the outbreak grow.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from London.


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