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Maximum impact of Covid felt by women, children, adolescents: Harsh Vardhan

IndiaTimes Thursday, 1 October 2020
Despite the health systems being under strain due to the Covid pandemic, every effort has been made to ensure that "healthcare services are made available to women, children and adolescents", said health minister Dr Harsh Vardhan. He said "the maximum impact of Covid-19 has been felt by women, children, and adolescents and this called for urgent action".
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