CORONAVIRUS IN FRANCE: IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO FRANCE? DEADLY VIRUS HITS EUROPE

CORONAVIRUS has hit Europe as France confirms two cases of the killer virus. But is it safe to travel there right now?

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