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Covid-19: Centre wants stricter containment in 10 states with high positivity

IndiaTimes Saturday, 31 July 2021
Concerns over dependence on home isolation and failure to impose micro-containment zones have prompted the Centre to advise that 46 districts in 10 states reporting above 10% positivity rate need to impose strict restrictions on movement of people and gathering of crowds.
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