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Coronavirus digest: Nearly 20,000 Amazon workers test positive

By Abiodun Ogundairo
02 October 2020   |   3:03 pm
Amazon said some 20,000 of its US staff have contracted COVID-19. President Trump and first lady have also contracted the virus. Germany reported the highest daily new cases since April. DW rounds up the latest.

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