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Coronavirus spreads at major Kazakh oilfield's worker camp

Reuters Saturday, 11 April 2020
Twelve people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus at one of the worker camps located next to the giant Tengiz oilfield in Kazakhstan, its operator Tengizchevroil said on Saturday.
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