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Run for your money: Scottish jogger raises thousands for health workers


A jogger in Edinburgh has raised '180,000 pounds'($224,000) after launching a 'Run For Heroes' campaign to raise funds for NHS workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Added on the 11/04/2020 00:30:28 - Copyright : AFP EN

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