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Matunga's LBS market shut due to 18 new COVID-19 cases

Mid-Day Saturday, 19 September 2020
The Lal Bahadur Shastri (LBS) market at Matunga, popular for South Indian traditional items, has been closed by the BMC after 18 COVID-19 cases were reported at the antigen test camp. The market will be sanitised every day and if all goes well, it may reopen again on Monday. Moreover, the civic body will now make antigen tests...
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