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Moscow to reintroduce lockdown measures as Covid-19 cases, deaths soar


Moscow will reintroduce Covid-19 related lockdown measures from Oct. 28, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Thursday, with supermarkets and pharmacies the only shops allowed to stay open in an effort to cut soaring infection numbers and deaths. FRANCE 24's Nick Holdsworth reports from Moscow.

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