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Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 811 to 5,560, 63 new deaths: authorities

Reuters Tuesday, 24 March 2020
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Netherlands rose by 811 on Tuesday, a 17% increase from a day earlier, to a total of 5,560, health authorities said.
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