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22 Indian states meet WHO norm of testing: Health min

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 14 July 2020 ()
Around 22 states in India are conducting at least 140 Covid-19 tests per day per million population, meeting the World Health Organisation (WHO) criteria of “comprehensive” testing, the health ministry said on Tuesday while directing other states to ramp up testing to match the standard. At present, India is conducting around 201 tests per day per million population.
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