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Karnataka law for shrines on public land kicks in

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Days after more than 300 Covid-19 cases were reported from Karnataka’s SDM Medical College and Hospital in Dharwad, two new clusters of the Covid-19 spread have been reported from the state. The first cluster of Covid-19 cases was reported from Shivamogga where 29 nursing students were found to be Covid positive. #Karnataka #Covid-19clustersinKarnataka #CovidcasesinKarnataka

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