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Dutch coronavirus measures have lowered infection rate: health official

Reuters Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Measures to limit the coronavirus outbreak in the Netherlands appear to have halved the rate of infection but need to be continued to be really effective, the country's top official for infectious diseases said on Wednesday.
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