Has Python 3.0 reached end of support?

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Did Python 3.0 release reach its end of support yet?
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The first release of Python 3 was released in December 2008. Python 2.7 is approaching its End of support by 2020. No news on the support lifecycle has yet been released for Python 3 versions.
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