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UK PM 'concerned' about Brazil COVID variant

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UK PM 'concerned' about Brazil COVID variant

UK PM 'concerned' about Brazil COVID variant

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday the government was looking at ways to stop a variant of the novel coronavirus found in Brazil from entering Britain.


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