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Healthcare system likely to face more pressure due to spike in COVID cases: Nawab Malik

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Healthcare system likely to face more pressure due to spike in COVID cases: Nawab Malik

Healthcare system likely to face more pressure due to spike in COVID cases: Nawab Malik

With growing number of COVID-19 cases, Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik said that the healthcare system is likely to face more pressure in the coming days.

He said, "With rising COVID-19 cases despite the strict protocols, healthcare system is likely to face more pressure in the coming days.

Chief Minister will hold a meeting with task force tomorrow, after which, a further decision will be taken."


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