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Media reports about WHO classifying B.1.617 as ‘Indian COVID variant of concern’ unfounded: Govt

Zee News Wednesday, 12 May 2021
The Government of India on Wednesday clarified that media reports about the World Health Organisation (WHO) classifying B.1.617 as the “Indian COVID-19 variant of global concern” is utterly unfounded and without any basis.
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