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Coronavirus outbreak: Assam's massive quarantine tent to house 1,000 people

IndiaTimes Thursday, 26 March 2020
About 700 pilgrims of Assam, comprising men, women and children, who are stuck on the inter-state border with West Bengal will not be sent to their homes, but will be quarantined by the government inside a massive tent being constructed by the state government in the premises of an athletic stadium in Guwahati and another two sites with capacity to hold 2,000 people are in pipeline.
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