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WHO recommends Pakistan reimpose intermittent lockdowns as COVID-19 cases rise sharply

Reuters Tuesday, 9 June 2020
The World Health Organization has recommended Pakistani authorities reimpose "intermittent lockdowns" of targeted areas to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, stating the country did not meet the global body's conditions for lifting restrictions.
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