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March 28, 2020

 

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Here are the eight most popular articles with Globe readers at noon.


Violence erupts in China as people try to leave coronavirus-stricken Hubei province
1 | Violence erupts in China as people try to leave coronavirus-stricken Hubei province
 

Nathan VanderKlippe

 
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Ottawa shuts Service Canada centres after employees refuse to work
2 | Ottawa shuts Service Canada centres after employees refuse to work
 

Sean Silcoff and Tom Cardoso

 
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How a funeral home in Newfoundland became the source of a major coronavirus outbreak
3 | How a funeral home in Newfoundland became the source of a major coronavirus outbreak
 

Greg Mercer

 
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4 | Visa, Mastercard’s plan to freeze swipe fees may deal another blow to Canadian merchants
 

Rita Trichur and Susan Krashinsky Robertson

 
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5 | Listen: A Springsteen playlist for dreaming of escape in a time of isolation
 

Eric Andrew-Gee

 
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6 | For China and Russia, coronavirus hoaxes are another strain of disinformation warfare
 

Mark MacKinnon

 
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7 | Still planning on getting winter tires changed? Auto mechanics struggle with decision over whether to close
 

Matt Bubbers

 
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8 | Police and military abuses reported in Africa’s pandemic lockdowns
 

Geoffrey York

 
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