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News video: Covid-19: Tamil Nadu gets plasma bank, AIADMK legislator becomes first donor

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Tamil Nadu launched its first plasma bank to treat Covid-19 patients. Bank was launched at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital. Health Minister Dr C Vijaya Bhaskar inaugurated the plasma bank. The bank has been established at a cost of Rs 2.34 crore. AIADMK legislator N Sathan Prabhakar became...

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