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Flight services suspended at Kolkata airport on July 25, July 29

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Flight services suspended at Kolkata airport on July 25, July 29

Flight services suspended at Kolkata airport on July 25, July 29

Flight operations at the Kolkata airport will remain suspended on July 25 and July 29 amid COVID19 induced lockdown.

Total number of 18,846 active cases has been reported in the state so far.

1,255 people lost their life due to the deadly virus.

51, 757 total confirmed has been reported in the state so far.


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