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Covid-19: French PM visits Lille regional health agency

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At the Lille Regional Health Agency, French Prime Minister Jean Castex listens to an update on the resurgence of the Covid-19 epidemic in the Lille metropolis, where the wearing of masks is now compulsory in certain open public places. IMAGES

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