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Coronavirus: Maduro tells Venezuelans to make their own masks


Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro shows citizens how to put on a face mask and tells them to make their own. The already crisis-weary nation has the added task of containing the coronavirus outbreak following more than a dozen confirmed cases.

Added on the 18/03/2020 05:50:11 - Copyright : AFP EN

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