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Belgium at the start of a second wave of coronavirus

Last week the country recorded an average of 114.7 confirmed new cases per day
Belgium showed a 32 per cent rise in cases  over the previous week
Belgium showed a 32 per cent rise in cases over the previous week
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Reuters   |   Brussels   |   Published 18.07.20, 04:08 AM

Belgium may be at the start of a second wave of coronavirus infections after reporting a 32 per cent increase in weekly cases, though for now the resurgence appears more localised than the initial outbreak, virologists said on Friday.

From July 7-13, the country recorded an average of 114.7 confirmed new cases per day, a 32 per cent rise over the previous week.



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