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40 lakh people kept under surveillance as part of Covid contact-tracing: Centre

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
Around 40 lakh people have been kept under surveillance as a part of the contact-tracing efforts in the country and 5.4 crore samples were tested for coronavirus till September 10, Union minister Ashwini Choubey told the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.
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