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Covid-19: Cabinet secretary says 'gap' in actual monitoring, asks states to strengthen surveillance urgently

IndiaTimes Friday, 27 March 2020
Cabinet secretary Rajiv Gauba has asked states to urgently strengthen the surveillance of international travellers who entered the country before the lockdown as there appeared to be a "gap" between the actual monitoring for Covid-19 and the total arrivals.
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