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WHO appreciates works done by Indian govt to contain spread of COVID19

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World Health Organization has appreciated the works done by the Indian government to contain the spread of corona virus. Chief Scientist at WHO, Dr Soumya Swaminathan said that it is an achievement for India that in the last couple of months, India has become self-sufficient in testing kits.

In an interview to a news agency, she said, Indian government took serious steps from the beginning and put in place certain measures in January itself based on the WHO recommendations. She said, India should also focus on data management originating from the pandemic

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