Europe imposes new restrictions as coronavirus surges across continent
Coronavirus is surging across Europe, forcing several countries to tighten restrictions. France enters a new national lockdown on Friday, while Germany is closing pubs, restaurants and entertainment venues in a attempt to slow the spread. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joined CBSN from London.
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