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Virus wreaks economic havoc as global cases top 17 million

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Virus wreaks economic havoc as global cases top 17 millionShares The scale of economic devastation from the pandemic was laid bare on Thursday as Western economies recorded historic slumps, just as resurgent caseloads forced many countries into agonizing new trade-offs between health and financial stability. Six months after the World Health Organization declared a global emergency, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 17 million people worldwide. The WHO warned Thursday that young people are "not invincible" and were helping to drive resurgences in many places that had largely curbed the disease. "Spikes of cases in some countries are being driven in part by younger people letting down their guard during...
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