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‘Mysterious’ decline in Jammu & Kashmir’s Covid-19 cases, explained

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‘Mysterious’ decline in Jammu & Kashmir’s Covid-19 cases, explainedFrom a peak of over 1,600 daily Covid-19 cases in mid-September to just 600-odd daily fresh cases in October, Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed a dramatic decline in coronavirus infection numbers over the last few weeks. However, according to an official document, the decline in the number of Covid-19 positive cases has occurred due to a sharp decline in sampling and...
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