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'Cricket ball is natural vector of disease': Boris Johnson

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'Cricket ball is natural vector of disease': Boris JohnsonLondon [UK], June 24 (ANI): UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the cricket ball as a 'natural vector of disease' and ruled out recreational cricket's return in the country. Johnson was responding to a question from Conservative MP Greg Clark in the House of Commons, and it was then that...
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