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More COVID measures hit Europe, cases surge

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More COVID measures hit Europe, cases surge

More COVID measures hit Europe, cases surge

Countries across Europe are making difficult decisions about the coronavirus outbreak, as cases surge across the continent.

Meanwhile, worldwide cases crossed 40 million on Monday.

Lauren Anthony reports.


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