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Chinese climbers first to scale Mount Everest in 2020 after coronavirus forces cancellations

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A Chinese survey team, on a project to remeasure the world's highest peak, reached the top of Mount Everest on May 27, Chinese state media reported. They may be the only climbers to reach the top this year, as expeditions have been canceled to stop the spread of COVID-19.