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A third suspected case of coronavirus has been reported in France. A nurse who had been in contact with the first confirmed patient may have contracted the potentially fatal condition alongside a doctor and a patient in a hospital in northern France.
The 65-year-old Frenchman is said to have contracted the respiratory virus on a visit to Dubai. He was admitted to hospital on April 23 and is now in a critical condition.
The new coronavirus can cause acute pneumonia and kidney failure.
French Health Minister Marisol Touraine said it was an isolated case, but that everything possible was being done in collaboration with international health authorities to contain it.
The new coronavirus is from the same viral family as SARS which killed 775 people in 2003. So far 33 cases have been reported worldwide and 18 have died from the illness first identified in the Middle East. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised countries to test people with unexplained pneumonia.
The WHO is investigating how the virus is transmitted. The new strain most resembles a bat virus, and scientists are investigating possible sources of infection. So far it is not proving as contagious as SARS, though it has spread between family members in Britain and health workers in Jordan.
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After five years, the Czech crown jewels will go on display marking the election of a new president.
Czech crown jewels are precious symbols of the Czech statehood, and an important part of the national cultural heritage, right after the Prague Castle.
The Crown Chamber in the St.Vitus Cathedral, where they are kept, is one of the most carefully guarded places at the Prague Castle. There are seven keys to the chamber and each one of them is kept by a different person.
The jewels were transported from St Vitus Cathedral, to Vladislav Hall at Prague Castle— where they will remain for 10 days.
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