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Two more people test positive for coronavirus ‘passed on in Italy and Tenerife’

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Two more people test positive for coronavirus ‘passed on in Italy and Tenerife’

Two more people test positive for coronavirus ‘passed on in Italy and Tenerife’

Two more people have tested positive for coronavirus in England, the Department of Health said.

The two patients have been transferred to specialist NHS infection centres after contracting the virus in Italy and Tenerife.


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