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Dutch deaths April 6-12 2,000 higher than normal: statistics agency

Reuters Friday, 17 April 2020
Deaths in the Netherlands in the week of April 6-12 were around 2,000 higher than in an average week, national statistics agency CBS said on Friday.
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