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Covid lockdown saved nearly 9,000 lives, 26,000 injuries on roads

IndiaTimes Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
Road deaths reduced by 62% during the lockdown between March 24 and May 31, according to data provided by 24 states and UTs to the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety.
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