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68 inmates found COVID positive at Akola jail in Maharashtra

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68 inmates found COVID positive at Akola jail in Maharashtra

68 inmates found COVID positive at Akola jail in Maharashtra

68 inmates in the Akola jail have been tested positive for COVID-19 in Maharashtra on June 28.

"68 inmates in the Akola jail have tested positive for COVID-19 out of which many are asymptomatic.

Isolation wards have been made inside the jail.

All the arrangements are in place to take care of the inmates," informed Deputy Collector of Akola, Sanjay Khadse.

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