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  • India anticipated to turn out to be pandemic’s worst-hit nation in coming weeks as
  • Wisely being Ministry registered 74,383 infections in past 24 hours with 918 deaths
  • In the meantime, Indonesia’s capital will ease social distancing curbs initiating on Monday without reference to struggling to bag the spread of infection

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