Coronavirus pandemic: France becomes first European country to top 2 million cases

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#France has surpassed 2 million confirmed cases of #coronavirus, the fourth-highest total in the world. France health chief Jerome Salomon says with 33,500 Covid-19 patients in the hospital, the situation is far from good. However, he suggested the “collective efforts are starting to bear fruit” since the nation returned to a lockdown until at least Dec. 1.

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