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France ‘loses control’ of coronavirus amid steep rise in cases

Belfast Telegraph Monday, 26 October 2020
Virus patients now occupy more than half of France’s intensive care units, and some doctors are urging tougher restrictions after another record jump in confirmed infections.
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Starting Friday, France will enter its second national lockdown.

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