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“This impact has led many researchers around the world to scrutinise in detail the publication in question,” said the open letter, signed by a number of prominent scientists.
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That surpasses the 27,121 deaths researchers at Johns Hopkins University believe Spain has suffered.
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But the researchers warn that “this option is far from straightforward”.