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COVID-19: 'Stubble burning made situation worse in Delhi,' says Satyendar Jain

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COVID-19: 'Stubble burning made situation worse in Delhi,' says Satyendar Jain

COVID-19: 'Stubble burning made situation worse in Delhi,' says Satyendar Jain

Health Minister of Delhi, Satyendar Jain on November 23 blamed stubble burning for Delhi's situation on COVID-19.

He said, "Stubble burning has made the situation worse and has contributed to increased COVID-19 deaths in Delhi.

Now when the pollution level has reduced, its impact will be seen in the next 2-3 weeks."


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