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Breaking: 447-re nőtt a koronavírus-fertőzöttek száma, két újabb halálos áldozat van

Újabb magyar állampolgároknál mutatták ki az új koronavírus-fertőzést (COVID-19), ezzel 447-re nőtt a hazánkban beazonosított fertőzöttek száma és elhunyt újabb két 90 év feletti alapbetegségekkel küzdő beteg. Az elhunytak száma ezzel 15 főre nőtt - írja a koronavírus.gov.hu.
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