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New lockdowns in France, Germany as cases surge

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New lockdowns in France, Germany as cases surge

New lockdowns in France, Germany as cases surge

Germany announced plans to shut down large swathes of public life for a month on Wednesday while France prepared to tighten controls further as COVID surged across Europe and financial markets tumbled at the likely cost of a second lockdown.

Gavino Garay reports.


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