WHO urges Europe to take decisive action against COVID-19 as infections soar

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    The World Health Organization’s top emergencies expert on Friday called on European governments to take decisive action against COVID-19 and break the chain of transmission as infections continue to soar in the region. For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video

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