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Covid-19: 8% of migrants in Bihar test positive, state stares at big count

IndiaTimes Monday, 18 May 2020 ()
The number of migrant workers testing positive for Covid-19 since returning to their native Bihar on Monday increased to 651, or 8% of the 8,337 results that have come in so far from the initial lot of 11,800 samples randomly collected from among 7.4 lakh returnees. CM Nitish Kumar has asked the health department to raise the testing rate by around 1,000 a day.
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