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Nearly half Irish coronavirus cases in Dublin, growth rate eases

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Nearly half confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ireland are in the capital Dublin, the health department said on Wednesday in its first detailed regional breakdown of figures as the daily growth rate eased.
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