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Russia considering coronavirus emergency, say sources, but Kremlin denies it

Reuters Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Russia is considering declaring a state of national emergency over the coronavirus to allow the government to bring in tougher measures, three senior officials told Reuters, but the Kremlin denied the reports.
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