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Apr 08, 2020

Calm resilience at a time of anxiety: An Ebola veteran doctor joins the coronavirus fight
Dr. Colleen Kraft was part of the Emory University team that successfully cared for America's first Ebola patients. She now is a cool-headed stalwart who is soothing nerves during the coronavirus pandemic.



LA Times National News
Apr 08, 2020

Column One: Pet parents rejoice: These new products will take pampering to a new level
Some of the many new contraptions on the market for pets -- or are they really for pet owners?



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Apr 08, 2020

Column: What will a possible 240,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths mean to you? Trump's projections in perspective
Counting the coronavirus dead is more than just good public policy. We count to give ourselves the illusion of control.



LA Times National News
Apr 08, 2020

Is that a cricket in the dog bowl? There's no shortage of exotic and luxury pet food
The pet food aisle is about to grow with dog food made from crickets, Serrano bone treats and cat food designed to curtail allergens.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

'A crisis within a crisis': Black Americans face higher rates of coronavirus deaths
In Illinois, Louisiana and Michigan, African Americans are dying at higher rates than whites from coronavirus.



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Apr 07, 2020

Coronavirus has led to thousands of early releases from prisons and jails. Not in Arizona
More states are releasing prisoners due to coronavirus. Not Arizona.



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Apr 07, 2020

A look at coronavirus masks around the world
There's a global shortage of COVID-19 face masks — so people around the world are getting creative in making their own.



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Apr 07, 2020

Ultra-Orthodox Jews hit disproportionately hard by Israel's coronavirus outbreak
Insular, traditional Jewish community, resistant to state authority, sees spike in COVID-19 cases in Israel.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

Wisconsin voters defy pandemic to cast ballots: 'It would be a dishonor not to'
Tuesday's vote in Wisconsin follows legal squabbling over a political power play.



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Apr 07, 2020

Sex-abuse case against leader of Mexican megachurch ordered dismissed
A California appeals court has ordered the dismissal of the criminal case against Naason Joaquin Garcia, known as the apostle of La Luz del Mundo church, who has been held on charges that include child rape and human trafficking.



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Apr 07, 2020

Case against Mexican megachurch leader dismissed
A California appeals court has dismissed the criminal case against Naason Joaquin Garcia, the self-proclaimed apostle of La Luz del Mundo, on charges of child rape and human trafficking.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

In El Salvador, gangs are enforcing the coronavirus lockdown with baseball bats
Street gangs in El Salvador have turned from extortion and killing to enforcing social distancing restrictions, often with threats and baseball bats.



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Apr 07, 2020

The VA and Bureau of Prisons are buying hydroxychloroquine, unproven in treating COVID-19
The VA and Bureau of Prisons are stocking up on the anti-malarial drug touted by President Trump to fight COVID-19. It's unproven against the disease.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

VA and Bureau of Prisons are buying hydroxychloroquine
The VA and Bureau of Prisons are stocking up on the anti-malarial drug touted by President Trump to fight COVID-19. It's unproven against the disease.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

Love him or hate him, Brits rally around a stricken Boris Johnson
Normally a divisive figure, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is receiving support even from opponents as he battles COVID-19.



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Apr 07, 2020

Defying stay-at-home order, Wisconsin voters line up in the midst of a pandemic
Tuesday's vote in Wisconsin follows legal squabbling over a political power play.



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Apr 07, 2020

Ventilators for coronavirus patients are in short supply. How scientists might pivot
Several groups of researchers are testing different methods to divert critically ill COVID-19 patients from needing ventilators in the first place.



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Apr 07, 2020

Researchers look for ways to divert patients from ventilators as shortage looms
Several groups of researchers are testing different methods to divert critically ill COVID-19 patients from needing ventilators in the first place.



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Apr 07, 2020

U.K.'s Boris Johnson receives oxygen treatment, is in stable condition with coronavirus
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, hospitalized with the coronavirus, remained in the intensive-care unit overnight, but was in stable condition, not on a ventilator and not suffering from pneumonia, a spokesman for his office said Tuesday.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

Social distancing during the coronavirus? Not when a family of six shares one room
One Indian family struggles to protect itself from the coronavirus in one of Asia's largest slums, the latest calamity to threaten Mumbai's underclass.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

India says it will ship hydroxychloroquine to U.S. after Trump threatens retaliation
The Indian government lifted a ban on the export of hydroxychloroquine, which President Trump has touted as a possible "game changer" in the fight against the coronavirus despite a lack of conclusive evidence.



LA Times National News
Apr 07, 2020

Column: Coronavirus has turned Republican politics upside down. Will that last?
Trump planned to run as a foe of socialism. Now he's handing out direct cash payments to millions of Americans.



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Apr 07, 2020

As coronavirus rages, nursing homes have ventilators that hospitals desperately need
Coronavirus: Should doctors take people off life support in order to save COVID-19 patients who might recover?



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus patients can benefit from blood of the recovered, new study shows
A new study of 10 coronavirus patients in China gives further credence to the effectiveness of convalescent plasma therapy.



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

If Boris Johnson cannot serve as British prime minister, who steps in?
Who is coronavirus-stricken British Prime Minister Johnson's successor?



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Apr 06, 2020

In hard-hit Spain, emergency care workers describe coronavirus stress
Coronavirus experiences add to pressure for healthcare workers



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Apr 06, 2020

Britain's Boris Johnson in intensive care, illustrating U.K.'s growing struggle with coronavirus
Britain's Boris Johnson was slow to sound alarm on coronavirus. Now he is hospitalized in intensive care, and the country's death rate is rising



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

Coronavirus social distancing around the world
Scenes of coronavirus social distancing around the world.



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Apr 06, 2020

U.S. designates Russian white supremacist group as terrorist organization
U.S. designates a Russian white supremacist group as a terrorist organization, the first time the label has been applied to such a racially motivated movement.



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

Trump administration designates Russian white supremacist group as terrorist organization
The Russian Imperial Movement is labeled a terrorist organization. Trump has been criticized for downplaying white nationalist violence in the U.S.



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

As coronavirus swamps India, hospitals turn away other sick people
Families say hospitals are rationing medical care for other life-threatening illnesses as India mobilizes its resources to fight the coronavirus.



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Apr 06, 2020

Foreign doctors on front lines of COVID-19 fear deportation from U.S.
As with many foreign doctors on the front lines of the pandemic in America, Vakkalanka's H-1B visa is tied to his employment, and he fears he could lose his status and get deported if he remains sick.



LA Times National News
Apr 06, 2020

News Analysis: The coronavirus crisis will change America in big ways. History says so
Disruptive events like the COVID-19 outbreak can end political inertia and result in bold changes



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

Column: Why can't Donald Trump be more like Queen Elizabeth?
in this historic moment, the free world is led by a man whose greatest talent is to divide, mock, insult, alienate.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

Column: Why can't President Orange Julius be more like Queen Elizabeth?
In this historic moment, the free world is led by a man whose greatest talent is to divide, mock, insult, alienate.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

'Hardest, saddest' days ahead in coronavirus outbreak, surgeon general warns
Week ahead will be worst yet for coronavirus deaths, Surgeon General Jerome Adams warns. Outbreak not under control, task force's Fauci says.



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Apr 05, 2020

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with COVID-19
Boris Johnson had been quarantined in his Downing Street residence since being diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 26.



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Apr 05, 2020

In coronavirus-stricken Italy, a new field hospital quickly rises with volunteers' help
The coronavirus battle led the Alpini to build a field hospital in Bergamo, Italy.



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Apr 05, 2020

In coronavirus-stricken Italy, a new field hospital rises at the foot of the Alps
The coronavirus battle led the Alpini to build a field hospital in Bergamo, Italy.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus is America's common enemy, but the states aren't all playing on the same team
In fighting the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is going to live and die by its decentralized public health system.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

Coronavirus is America's common enemy, but the states aren't fighting as a team
In fighting the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is going to live and die by its decentralized public health system.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

How a discovery that brought us Viagra could help those battling the coronavirus
Inhaled nitric oxide appeared to kill the coronavirus that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, and it might work on COVID-19 as well.



LA Times National News
Apr 05, 2020

Aid workers seek to avoid coronavirus outbreak at Matamoros migrant camp
Asylum-seekers camp near the border in crowded conditions, waiting indefinitely as the U.S. puts their cases on hold. Health workers fear an outbreak.



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

Pandemic exposes low pay and scant protections for nursing assistants and home-care aides
Home health aides and certified nursing assistants, the largest category of healthcare workers, lack the equipment and job security nurses have.



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Apr 04, 2020

North Korea's official coronavirus count: Zero. Why that claim is hard to believe
Experts are skeptical of the no-coronavirus claim from the tightly controlled country so desperate to maintain the status of its border with China.



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

On the road in the Southwest during the coronavirus pandemic. Shelter in place? Keep driving?
What do you do if you live on the road during a coronavirus pandemic?



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

On the road in the Southwest during the pandemic. Shelter in place? Keep driving?
What do you do if you live on the road during a coronavirus pandemic?



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus claims 1,000 U.S. lives in a single day
The coronavirus pandemic passed a grim marker as the death toll hit 1,000 in a single day. Health experts expect the toll will continue to rise.



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

Coronavirus kills some people and hardly affects others: How is that possible?
How can the new coronavirus affect people so differently — killing some while leaving others blissfully unaware that they have been infected at all?



LA Times National News
Apr 04, 2020

The new coronavirus might spread when people talk, but scientists say masks can help
It's possible that the new coronavirus can spread from person to person simply by talking, or even breathing, according to preliminary studies.



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Apr 04, 2020

Doctor fired after criticizing his hospital for coronavirus response
Dr. Ming Lin was ousted after publicly criticizing coronavirus procedures at his hospital in Bellingham, Wash. Other doctors and nurses across the country fear speaking out, even as more health workers catch COVID-19.



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

39 million masks never materialized at hospitals, sparking a federal investigation
Hospitals preparing for coronavirus confront empty promises and scams as they try to buy masks and other protective equipment.



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Apr 03, 2020

Coronavirus killed China's whistleblower doctor. Now the virus has changed how the country can mourn him
On a day when tombs are traditionally swept, China mourns its coronavirus deaths and praises Dr. Li Wenliang, calling him a martyr.



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

This is how we're getting extra doctors and nurses to fight coronavirus
The COVID-19 pandemic creates a logistical puzzle for the health care workforce



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Apr 03, 2020

CDC recommends wearing coronavirus masks during the pandemic
The CDC now recommends that the public wear cloth face masks while also urging that high-grade equipment be reserved for medical personnel.



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

CDC recommends wearing face masks during coronavirus pandemic
The CDC now recommends that the public wear cloth face masks while also urging that high-grade equipment be reserved for medical personnel.



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

Column: Republicans think guns are essential during the coronavirus lockdown. Women's health? Not so much
A handful of states have tried to suspend access to all abortions, wrongly claiming they are not 'immediately medically necessary.'



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

Attempts for Middle East cease-fires amid the coronavirus crisis have not stopped the fighting
Calls for coronavirus ceasefires have not halted Middle East battles



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

Attempts for Middle East ceasefires amid the coronavirus crisis have not stopped the fighting
Calls for coronavirus ceasefires have not halted Middle East battles



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

Malaria drugs aren't the only ones on the shelf that might help coronavirus patients
Treating patients with "moderate" COVID-19 is a way to stop the disease from progressing to a severe stage that would require mechanical ventilation.



LA Times National News
Apr 03, 2020

Will New York rebound from the coronavirus pandemic?
Business owners say the recovery will be harder and longer than the one that followed the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.



LA Times National News
Apr 02, 2020

Why China's wildlife ban is not enough to stop another virus outbreak
China's multibillion-dollar wildlife industry is driven by corporate interests and traditional Chinese medicine companies whose animal-based remedies are prescribed as treatment for the coronavirus.



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Apr 02, 2020

U.S. stops issuing passports except in emergencies
State Department says it is curtailing passport services over coronavirus pandemic



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Apr 02, 2020

Trump administration ended pandemic early-warning program to detect coronaviruses
The program had worked with labs in Wuhan, China, and around the world to detect deadly viruses that could jump from animals to humans.



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Apr 02, 2020

In Louisiana, coronavirus death toll mounts
Cases spiked Thursday, especially in New Orleans; the governor warned they could soon run out of hospital beds and ventilators.



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Apr 02, 2020

Asian countries impose new restrictions as coronavirus cases come roaring back
After appearing to have the virus under control, Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong are imposing new controls as COVID-19 infections continue to rise.



LA Times National News
Apr 02, 2020

Asian countries impose new restrictions as coronavirus infections come roaring back
Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong are imposing social restrictions they had avoided until now as COVID-19 infections continue to rise.



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Apr 02, 2020

Blood centers begin collecting coronavirus antibodies from COVID-19 survivors
Blood centers are ramping up efforts to collect plasma from people who recovered from COVID-19 in hopes their coronavirus antibodies could save lives.



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Apr 02, 2020

A record 6.6 million Americans seek jobless aid as layoffs mount amid coronavirus
The job cuts are mounting against the backdrop of economies in the United States and abroad that have almost certainly sunk into a severe recession.



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Apr 02, 2020

Chrystia Freeland leads Canada's coronavirus fight
Chrystia Freeland has been called Canada's 'minister of everything,' in charge of the country's battle against the coronavirus and designated as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's successor if he falls ill.



LA Times National News
Apr 02, 2020

She's the most prominent woman in Canada and leading the country's fight against COVID-19
Chrystia Freeland has been called Canada's 'minister of everything,' in charge of the country's battle against the coronavirus and designated as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's successor if he falls ill.



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

As the coronavirus spreads in Ecuador, bodies are being left on streets
Coronavirus in Ecuador: Bodies on the streets



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

This African city has endured war and Ebola. Now comes coronavirus
This city in central Africa has few doctors or ventilators. But it may be better prepared than many other places for coronavirus.



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Apr 01, 2020

New Orleans social worker who died at 39 did not have coronavirus, test results show
An autopsy is pending, but two tests indicate that New Orleans social worker Natasha Ott, originally from Claremont, did not have the coronavirus.



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Apr 01, 2020

Can pets get the coronavirus?
We want to protect our loved ones from the coronavirus. For many of us, that includes our pets. Here's what experts know about the risks they face.



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

'It's like we're expendable': Detroit's first responders fall to COVID-19 pandemic
The homicide captain is dead. The jail commander is dead. The police chief is ill. 'You pretty much gotta kill somebody to get arrested,' a sergeant says.



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

Commentary: What L.A.'s future looks like from New York and my coronavirus time machine
Coronavirus has devastated New York City. Los Angeles wants to know if it's in for the same.



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Apr 01, 2020

Iran, Venezuela and other U.S. foes fight coronavirus amid American sanctions
As the coronavirus spreads, the Trump administration resists pressure to ease sanctions on countries fighting the disease.



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Apr 01, 2020

Coronavirus has sidelined roughly 9,000 Homeland Security employees, internal report shows
The virus has sidelined over 8,800 Homeland Security employees, about 300 for testing positive and others for possible exposure, the L.A. Times has learned.



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

Infants and children in the time of coronavirus
What we know about how susceptible they are and how they're treated



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Apr 01, 2020

WHO is struggling against COVID-19 and a divided world testing its authority
The rise of nationalism and geopolitics is hampering the World Health Organization at a time when global leadership in public health is critical.



LA Times National News
Apr 01, 2020

Should the census count black and Latino inmates in rural prisons as area residents?
The census counts inmates as residents of the rural areas where they're imprisoned. Critics say that practice siphons power from the urban areas which the mostly nonwhite inmates consider home.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Magnitude 4.6 earthquake hits near Boise City, Idaho
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake was reported Tuesday afternoon at 5:27 p.m. Pacific time 88 miles from Boise City, Idaho, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was initially reported as a 4.8 magnitude quake.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Biden says Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is on his list for vice president
Former Vice President Joe Biden says Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is on his shortlist for vice president should he win the Democratic presidential nomination.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Megachurch pastors defy coronavirus pandemic, insisting on right to worship
The theology and politics of some churches pushes them to keep holding services — in some cases, risking public health and arrest.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

'Coronavirus coup'? As outbreak grows, authoritarians around the world seize the moment
Invoking need for coronavirus control, authoritarian-minded leaders act to consolidate power. Hungary's Orban is only the latest.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

He never missed a visit despite her memory loss. Then the coronavirus scare ended visits forever
Isabel Costales of Spain, who had tested positive for the coronavirus, died March 20 at age 86. Her husband wished for one more kiss.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

New coronavirus death rate estimates show how sharply the risk rises with age
The fatality rate for people infected with the novel coronavirus is estimated to be less than 1%, according to a new study. It's 1.38% for those with COVID-19.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Hospital construction ramps up around the world in response to coronavirus pandemic
With the number of coronavirus patients around the world growing at a rapid clip, construction of hospitals and hospital beds has also ramped up around the world.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Photos: How the world is mobilizing to make pop-up hospitals
With the number of coronavirus patients around the world growing at a rapid clip, construction of hospitals and hospital beds has also ramped up around the world.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

New rulings amid coronavirus could force Trump to release migrant children and parents
A federal judge in Los Angeles gives the government until April 6 to deliver a plan to handle 6,600 children held in shelters and family detention facilities.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

'What if I am a carrier?' As the coronavirus spreads in Florida, a priest struggles to reach his flock
The Rev. Michael Sahdev, a 28-year-old priest, is caught between the pull to shelter in place and his calling to tend to his congregation.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Fearing coronavirus, Michael Avenatti, R. Kelly and other celebrity inmates seek early release
Citing the COVID-19 outbreak, Michael Avenatti and others are asking judges to let them serve out their sentences in home confinement instead.



LA Times National News
Mar 31, 2020

Fearing the coronavirus, Michael Avenatti, R. Kelly and other celebrity inmates seek early release
Citing the COVID-19 outbreak, Michael Avenatti and others are asking judges to let them serve out their sentences in home confinement instead.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Social distancing is slowing the coronavirus in Seattle. But it's not enough, study says
Health officials warned that Seattle's progress was insufficient, and urged citizens to redouble their commitment to hand-washing, working from home and staying away from anyone but close family members.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Mexican president flouts coronavirus protocol to shake hands with mother of 'El Chapo'
Mexican President Andres Lopez Obrador angered many when he shook hands with the mother of notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Mexican president flouts coronavirus protocol to shake hands with 'El Chapo's' mother
Mexican President Andres Lopez Obrador angered many when he shook hands with the mother of notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Doctors battling the coronavirus in India are being infected, trolled and evicted
Indian medical workers are treating coronavirus patients without adequate equipment. One doctor warns of 'mass desertion' in the healthcare system.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Doctors in India are being infected, trolled and evicted as they battle COVID-19
Indian medical workers are treating coronavirus patients without adequate equipment. One doctor warns of 'mass desertion' in the healthcare system.



LA Times National News
Mar 30, 2020

Coronavirus continues to take a high toll in Italy and Spain
Over the weekend Spain and Italy death tolls are the largest of the EU countries



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