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Spain considers summer school for quarantined children, coronavirus deaths rise

Reuters Thursday, 16 April 2020
Spain reported another substantial increase in daily deaths from COVID-19 on Thursday, taking the overall toll to more than 19,000, but figures from the region of Catalonia suggest the true total could be several thousand higher.
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