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Homes of French health minister, other officials, raided in Covid-19 probe

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Police raided the homes and offices of France's health minister and its public health director on Thursday as part of a probe into the authorities' response to the coronavirus pandemic. FRANCE 24's Chris Moore tells us more.

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