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Swedish prosecutor to probe deaths at Stockholm care home amid virus outbreak

Reuters Friday, 8 May 2020
Swedish prosecutors said on Friday they would start a preliminary investigation into a care home in the Stockholm area where a large number of elderly residents have died during the recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
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