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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Europe is so far the continent that has been hardest hit by the pandemic.
More than 200,000 people have now died from the novel coronavirus in Europe, according to an AFP tally.
Britain, Italy, France and Spain account for more than two-thirds of the 200,005 deaths now registered from a total of 2,751,606 cases across the continent.
Europe is so far the continent that has been hardest hit by the pandemic, which has killed 543,380 people across the world.
Britain, which has officially recorded 44,236 deaths, and Italy 34,869 fatalities, have so far suffered the worst in Europe.
Meanwhile, Australia on Tuesday ordered millions of people locked down in its second-biggest city. The restrictions in the Melbourne metropolitan area would begin at midnight on Wednesday and last at least six weeks, while Victoria state will effectively be sealed off from the rest of the country a day earlier.
Melbourne residents are worried the lockdown will create further economic hardship.
"I just started this job last week and the new restrictions mean I'll be out of a job and out of a pay cheque again," Hotel Lincoln bartender Phoebe Askham told local broadcaster 7News.
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