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Yemen's health system 'has in effect collapsed' as COVID spreads: U.N.

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020
Coronavirus is believed to be spreading throughout Yemen, where the health care system "has in effect collapsed", the United Nations said on Friday, appealing for urgent funding.
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