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COVID-19: Districts badly affected by second wave unlikely to see intense 3rd wave, says ICMR study

DNA Sunday, 1 August 2021
ICMR experts said that states must conduct district-level heterogeneity assessments in order to take better steps in to curb the third wave.
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