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Ukraine fears worst yet to come amid record new infections

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Ukraine recorded 13,000 Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, placing the country as the worst in Europe for new infections. As FRANCE 24 correspondent Gulliver Cragg reports, Kiev has imposed a lockdown on everything except for essential shops, with fears the worst in yet to come.

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