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Dutch coronavirus cases rise 335 to 40,571 with 69 new deaths: health authorities

Reuters Sunday, 3 May 2020
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in the Netherlands has increased by 335 to 40,471, Dutch health authorities said on Sunday.
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