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Dutch companies tell staff to stay home as coronavirus infections jump

Reuters Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Dutch bank ABN Amro and chipmachine maker ASML on Wednesday ordered large parts of their staff to start working from home, as the number of people infected with the coronavirus in the Netherlands jumped sharply.
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