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COVID-19: Restrictions tighten further in Europe amid second wave of infections

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COVID-19: Restrictions tighten further in Europe amid second wave of infections

COVID-19: Restrictions tighten further in Europe amid second wave of infections

The World Health Organization has warned that intensive care units in some European cities could reach maximum capacity in the coming weeks if infections keep rising.


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