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French PM announces 1,500 euro bonus for Covid-19 healthcare workers

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French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announces that the country's healthcare workers who are managing the Covid-19 crisis will receive a tax-free bonus of €1,500. (COMPLETE VID1QM0X6_EN) SOUNDBITE

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