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TOI EXCLUSIVE: Over 6,000 certified Covid deaths missing from Kerala’s official toll

IndiaTimes Friday, 9 July 2021
A​s of June 30, 2021, Kerala's official Covid toll put out by the state health department has failed to include over 6,000 Covid-19 deaths that have been duly certified by doctors on the ground, pointing to a disturbing discrepancy between registered Covid deaths and declared Covid deaths.
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