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Andhra couple commits suicide after recovering from COVID-19

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Andhra couple commits suicide after recovering from COVID-19

Andhra couple commits suicide after recovering from COVID-19

A couple from Andhra Pradesh's Anantapuram died allegedly by suicide on August 01.

Both husband and wife were infected with COVID-19, and were under home isolation and their treatment was completed.

According to the police, the couple was found COVID-19 positive on July 25 and the reason for the suicide is not known yet.

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