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Could llamas be crucial to finding a preventative Covid-19 cure?

By France24
09 May 2020   |   7:00 am
Thursday, May 7: We look at the German papers as the country prepares to enter the next stage of reviving its society and economy. Also, could llamas be key to finding a coronavirus cure? Finally, street artist Banksy pays tribute to British health workers in his latest artwork, which has appeared on a hospital corridor wall.

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