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COVID-19: France hit by “dizzying” daily record of more than 200,000 new cases

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France is seeing a “tidal wave” of COVID-19 infections with 208,000 cases reported over the past 24 hours – a new national and European record, said Health Minister Olivier Véran on Wednesday. “This means that 24 hours a day, day and night, every second in our country, two French people are diagnosed positive,” he stated..

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