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Dutch test blood donations for unseen coronavirus spread

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020
Dutch health authorities have begun a major project testing blood donation samples to see how many people in the Netherlands may have already had the new coronavirus, often with symptoms so mild they hardly noticed.
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