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Yemen's Houthis report new case of coronavirus in Sanaa

Reuters Friday, 8 May 2020
A new case of coronavirus has been discovered in Yemen's Sanaa, which was transmitted from Aden, Houthi's health ministry said in a statement early on Saturday.
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