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CM Soren reviews COVID-19 facility in Ranchi's Dhurwa

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CM Soren reviews COVID-19 facility in Ranchi's Dhurwa

CM Soren reviews COVID-19 facility in Ranchi's Dhurwa

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren inspected the newly-built houses at the colony for the displaced in Dhurwa, which have been converted into COVID-19 facility.

He also gave necessary guidelines to the authorities.

There are 4329 active cases of coronavirus in the state as of July 26.

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