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India's Mumbai braces for monsoon diseases amid strain of a pandemic

Reuters Friday, 12 June 2020
For doctors and healthcare workers in India's financial capital Mumbai who are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, the onset of the annual monsoon poses a serious threat - a new wave of patients with vector-borne diseases.
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