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SHOCKING: Bodies of two COVID-19 victims found in Bengaluru hospital mortuary after 15 months

DNA Tuesday, 30 November 2021
Housekeeping staff recovered the bodies on November 26 when they went to clean the cold storage and noticed a foul smell emanating from the freezers.
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