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Europe accounted for almost half of the world's new COVID-19 infections last week

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Europe accounted for almost half of the world's new COVID-19 infections last week

Europe accounted for almost half of the world's new COVID-19 infections last week

The World Health Organization said Wednesday that out of four million new cases last week, 46% were reported from the continent.View on euronews


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