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Netherlands' coronavirus deaths rise by 134, reported cases up 1,019 -authorities

Reuters | Amsterdam | Updated: 01-04-2020 17:44 IST | Created: 01-04-2020 17:41 IST
Netherlands' coronavirus deaths rise by 134, reported cases up 1,019 -authorities

The number of deaths in the Netherlands resulting from the new coronavirus has risen by 134 to 1,173, health authorities said on Wednesday.

Confirmed cases increased by 1,019 to 13,614, the Netherlands' National Institute for Health (RIVM) said.



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