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Swiss coronavirus death toll rises to 1,135, confirmed infections hit 27,740

Reuters Sunday, 19 April 2020
The Swiss death toll from the novel coronavirus has reached 1,135 people, the country's public health agency said on Sunday, rising from 1,111 on Saturday.
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