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A really, really ‘Good Friday’: Boris Johnson out of ICU

By France24
11 April 2020   |   3:26 pm
We look at reactions in the British press to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's recovery from coronavirus. Also, the French papers are examining the efficiency of an anti-malaria drug in treating Covid-19 cases, this as President Emmanuel Macron met with a leading doctor who is advocating the use of hydroxychloroquine. Meanwhile, Senegalese President Macky Sall wonders if a new world order could be formed after the pandemic and we look at how street artists have been inspire

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