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State is responsible for health of citizens for which others have to chip in, including private hospitals, says Delhi HC on COVID-19 cases.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 12-11-2020 12:00 IST | Created: 12-11-2020 12:00 IST
State is responsible for health of citizens for which others have to chip in, including private hospitals, says Delhi HC on COVID-19 cases.

State is responsible for health of citizens for which others have to chip in, including private hospitals, says Delhi HC on COVID-19 cases.

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