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Amid surge in COVID cases, Haryana schools to remain shut till November 30

DNA Friday, 20 November 2020 ()
As many as 174 students, 107 teachers tested positive for COVID-19 in just over a fortnight after schools reopened in Haryana.
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News video: North Delhi Mayor inspects Hindu Rao Hospital amid surge in COVID cases

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Amid surge in COVID-19 infections in the national capital, North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash inspected the Hindu Rao Hospital on November 17. Mayor interacted with the hospital doctors and took stock of the situation. The civic-run Hindu Rao Hospital has been earmarked for COVID-19 patients. The national...

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