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Coronavirus Live Updates: Not the time to find fault, important to contain, Health Ministry on Nizamuddin gathering

DNA Tuesday, 31 March 2020
While the confirmed cases in India stand at 1251, the number of deaths recorded is 32.
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News video: ‘No time for finding fault’: Government on Nizamuddin, Covid-19 hotspots

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Amid apprehensions of substantial spread of COVID-19 after a religions congregation in Nizamuddin in the national capital left many infected with the virus, the Health Ministry on Tuesday said it was not the time to find faults but to take action. The Delhi Police has cordoned off a major area in...

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