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WHO reports record rise in coronavirus cases

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WHO reports record rise in coronavirus cases

WHO reports record rise in coronavirus cases

The World Health Organisation on Saturday reported nearly 260,000 new cases of coronavirus across the world - a record rise for the second day in a row.

David Doyle reports.


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