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Swiss extend ban on events exceeding 1,000 people through August

Reuters Wednesday, 29 April 2020
The Swiss government will restrict events with more than 1,000 people until the end of August, it said on Wednesday, even as it announced the easing of some other restrictions on sporting events, shops, restaurants and museums.
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