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Some European countries show record spikes in coronavirus infection rates

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Some European countries show record spikes in coronavirus infection ratesEuropean countries have reported more than 451,000 new coronavirus cases in the past seven days. The U.K. and France, like many European countries, are showing large spikes in their infection rates from when governments first introduced social restrictions and widespread testing began. Holly Williams reports from London.
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