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Putin is being protected from coronavirus around the clock, says Kremlin

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin is being protected from coronavirus around the clock, the Kremlin said on Wednesday, saying all Kremlin staff involved in his events schedule were undergoing mandatory testing for the virus.
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