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UK braces for coronavirus shut down as London stations close

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020 ()
The United Kingdom was bracing on Thursday for the virtual shut down of London as underground train stations across the capital closed and Prime Minister Boris Johnson mulled tougher measures to tackle the coronavirus crisis.
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