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Coronavirus digest: Fire at COVID hospital in North Macedonia kills 14

By DW
10 September 2021   |   1:05 pm
Plastic materials in the newly-built modular hospital contributed to the severity of the blaze, fire officials said. Meanwhile, Sydney will finally see an end to a strict months-long lockdown. DW has the latest.

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