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Germany's Merkel to work from home despite negative coronavirus test

Reuters Monday, 30 March 2020
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel will continue to lead the government from home, despite testing negative for coronavirus for a third time, a German government spokesman said on Monday.
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