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WHO lauds Dharavi’s model in Covid-19 fight

IndiaTimes Saturday, 11 July 2020
Mumbai’s Dharavi area on Friday received a mention by World Health Organisation (WHO) for being successful in breaking the chain of the Covid-19 virus. Dharavi has consistently reported a slowing growth rate of Covid cases of late.
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