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Mansukh Mandaviya lauds ASHA workers for their role in Covid-19 management

IndiaTimes Monday, 23 May 2022
Taking to Twitter, Prime Minister said, "Delighted that the entire team of ASHA workers have been conferred the WHO Director-General's Global Health Leaders' Award. Congratulations to all ASHA workers. They are at the forefront of ensuring a healthy India. Their dedication and determination is admirable."
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