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Mumbai: 80 per cent active COVID-19 cases from high-rises

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Mumbai: 80 per cent active COVID-19 cases from high-risesWhile the city is on the alert for a possible second wave of COVID-19 because of migrants returning, 80 per cent of the caseload is still from high-rises. During the contact tracing of such patients, officials say, most were said to be part of gatherings at home.

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