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Guatemala reports first coronavirus death, an elderly man back from Spain

Reuters Sunday, 15 March 2020
Guatemala has registered its first fatality from coronavirus infection, an elderly man who had recently visited Madrid, Health Minister Hugo Monroy said on Sunday, in one of the first deaths from the outbreak to hit Central America.
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