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Coronavirus is not high threat to workers, EU says

Reuters Wednesday, 3 June 2020
The European Commission decided on Wednesday to classify the new coronavirus as a mid-level threat to workers, a move that allows employers in the EU to apply less stringent safety measures in the workplace than if the virus was deemed a high risk.
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