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Lockdown may continue in coronavirus hotspots, impact will be seen after April 14: AIIMS Director

DNA Monday, 6 April 2020
Concerns have been on the rise whether lockdown will be extended beyond April 14.
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News video: Coronavirus: Hotspots in 15 UP Districts Most Affected By COVID-19 To Be Sealed Till April 15

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AS INDIA REMAIN UNDER THE LOCKDOWN FOR 21 DAYS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, UP GOVT HAS GONE A STEP FURTHER TO CONTAIN THE COMMUNITY SPREAD OF THE VIRUS. HOTSPOTS ACROSS 15 DISTRICTS OF UTTAR PRADESH - PLACES WHICH HAVE SEEN THE MOST CASES OF CORONAVIRUS - WILL BE SEALED TILL APRIL 15....

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