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Coronavirus digest: France reports over 32,000 new infections

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
Paris was placed under a strict curfew amid a new record jump in infections. The Czech army is preparing to build a field hospital, while Germany's Angela Merkel warns of tough times ahead. Read the latest here.
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