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HM Amit Shah flags off mobile RT-PCR lab in Delhi

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HM Amit Shah flags off mobile RT-PCR lab in Delhi

HM Amit Shah flags off mobile RT-PCR lab in Delhi

Union Home Minister Amit Shah flagged off a mobile RT-PCR lab on November 23 at ICMR headquarters in Ansari Nagar.

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan also attended the ceremony.


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