(Alexa Juliana Ard/The Washington Post)
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See people clap for health-care workers worldwide battling the coronavirus
People all around the world, including Italy, Spain and Turkey, are gathering on their balconies to applaud the health-care workers on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus.
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