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WHO Issues Warning as COVID Cases Triple Across Europe

On July 19, the World Health Organization warned that COVID cases in Europe have tripled in the past six weeks.
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  • The Independent

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  • The Telegraph

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  • Sky News

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  • Evening Standard

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  • Evening Standard

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  • Sky News

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  • Sky News

    COVID-19: Australia to withdraw or refund tens of thousands of fines

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  • The Telegraph

    Taskforce that ran the Covid-19 vaccine rollout to tackle a new cancer inoculation

    A vaccine for cancer is to be sought by a new taskforce set up to emulate the success of the Vaccine Taskforce (VTF) which delivered the world’s first Covid jab.

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  • Evening Standard

    China: ‘Zero Covid’ outlier imposes more lockdowns as coronavirus infections hit record high

    More than 6million people in Zhengzhou have been told to stay at home for five days as China sticks to its ‘zero Covid’ strategy

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