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France: increase in Covid-19 cases among young children

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The Delta variant is continuing to cause alarm. In the pediatric ward of the Lenval hospital in Nice, doctors are treating several newborns for Covid-19.

Added on the 13/08/2021 15:49:38 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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