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Indian court order for free coronavirus testing may hinder fight, say business leaders, health experts

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
A decision by the Supreme Court of India to make testing for coronavirus free places an unfair financial burden on medical firms and could see a reduction in testing, already among the world's lowest, said business leaders and health experts.
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