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Paris cafes to shut as Europe confronts second virus wave

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 6 October 2020
A second wave of the coronavirus in Europe has forced Paris to shutter its iconic cafes Monday as the US presidential race was in disarray after Donald Trump checked himself out of hospital after Covid-19 treatment.
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