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German farm quarantined in coronavirus outbreak

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German farm quarantined in coronavirus outbreak

German farm quarantined in coronavirus outbreak

More than 170 people at a Bavarian cucumber farm - many of them migrant workers from eastern Europe living at close quarters - have tested positive for the new coronavirus.

David Doyle reports.


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