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Swiss to allow events of up to 300 people from June 6

Reuters Wednesday, 27 May 2020
The Swiss government said public and private events of up to 300 people and spontaneous gatherings of up to 30 people would be allowed again from June 6, further easing restrictions as the COVID-19 pandemic shows signs of ebbing.
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