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COVID patients to get help

Employees of the Cadiz City government, who will be infected with coronavirus disease, while performing frontline functions in combating the pandemic, are entitled to medical assistance, Mayor Salvador Escalante Jr. said.           The Cadiz City government has about 740 employees

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