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India reports 55,000 virus cases, Florida faces hurricane

Seattle Times Sunday, 2 August 2020
NEW DELHI (AP) — India reported nearly 55,000 new coronavirus cases on Sunday and Japan recorded more than 1,500 for a second day while Florida braced for a hurricane that threatened to hamper anti-disease efforts. India’s 54,735 cases were down from the previous day’s record 57,118 but raised the country’s total to 1.75 million. The […]
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