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WHO Warns of Second Coronavirus Peak

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of the risks of an “immediate second peak” as countries ease up on lockdowns.

This warning comes as people flock to crowded beaches at start of summer season as a result of easing up on lockdowns in Europe and United States.

WHO has therefore advised governments in Europe and the US to step up surveillance, testing and tracking measures.

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