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Dutch Coronavirus infections reach 31,589, 142 new deaths: authorities

Reuters Saturday, 18 April 2020
Confirmed coronavirus infections in the Netherlands have risen by 1,140 to 31,589, Dutch health authorities said on Saturday.
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