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Coronavirus: Life under lockdown

By France24
29 March 2020   |   12:49 pm
From the eerie quiet on the streets of Paris and the heroic self-sacrifice of Italian medical staff to the shock of still-crowded beaches in Florida and the must-read books to turn to in times of coronavirus, self-confined host François Picard chats with The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey in an unprecedented off-set format of The World This Week.

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