COVID-19 coronavirus: First death from outbreak in Europe as Chinese tourist dies in France

COVID-19 coronavirus: First death from outbreak in Europe as Chinese tourist dies in France

The man, who arrived in France on January 16, is the first to die in Europe from COVID-19 coronavirus.
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