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Virus death toll 'will continue to rise' in November, warns French PM


"The coming weeks will be tough, our hospital services will be put to the test", says French Prime Minister Jean Castex, as France extends the anti-Covid-19 curfew in place in nine cities to large parts of the country, taking to 46 million the number of people forced to stay indoors at night. SOUNDBITE

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