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WHO warns Europe to take action as COVID-19 cases surge

CBS News Saturday, 10 October 2020
The World Health Organization has called on Europe to take urgent action as coronavirus cases continue to surge across the continent. New restrictions are being imposed on many key European cities, as daily infection rates reached 100,000. Nearly 37 million confirmed cases were reported worldwide Friday. Roxana Saberi breaks down how countries like the U.K., Spain and France are grappling with the pandemic.
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