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India's interior minister hospitalized

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India's interior minister hospitalized

India's interior minister hospitalized

Amit Shah, India's interior minister and a close aide to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tweets that he has been admitted to hospital after testing positive for the new coronavirus.

David Doyle reports.


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