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Non-essential shops close in Buenos Aires after COVID-19 cases spike


Non-essential shops have been barred from opening in several commercial districts of Buenos Aires after COVID-19 infections rose in the Argentine capital and its outskirts, with the government extending lockdown measures until June 7.

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