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ICMR plans to set up registry of hospitalised Covid-19 patients

IndiaTimes Sunday, 2 August 2020 ()
"A systematically collected, comprehensive database covering different regions of the country will enable both researchers and policy makers to generate pertinent hypotheses, to inform crucial understanding of COVID 19, to detect trends in the progression of the pandemic and to accordingly calibrate response to the pandemic," an official said.
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