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Canada's top medical official says encouraged by slowing coronavirus toll

Reuters Sunday, 26 April 2020
Canada's top medical official said on Sunday she was encouraged the coronavirus death toll was slowing while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said isolation measures to fight the outbreak should remain for the time being.
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