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  Posted on: Sunday, March 8, 2020
Italy COVID-19 surge triggers massive lockdown; US cases pass 500
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A dramatic jump in Italy's COVID-19 cases and deaths today made it the second worst-hit country behind China, as the country announced a massive lockdown affecting 16 million, and in the United States, the number of new cases steadily rose with at least four more states reporting their first cases.

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