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No one should be turned away from hospital due to higher cost of treatment: SC

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 14 July 2020
No one should be turned away from hospital due to higher cost of treatment, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday while asking the government to consider framing guideline on the issue of cost of treatment for Covid-19 infection.
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