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Russia goes into Covid lockdown as new cases surge

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Russia is set to reimpose strict Covid-19 lockdown measures as the country records its highest daily cases since the pandemic began. NBC News’ Matt Bodner is in Moscow where businesses are being forced to shut and residents told to stay home for at least 10 days.