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Putin to review government plan to gradually ease coronavirus curbs: Kremlin

Reuters Wednesday, 6 May 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin will later on Wednesday hear details of a government plan to gradually ease restrictions imposed over the coronavirus crisis, the Kremlin said.
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