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India's home minister tests positive for COVID-19

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Indian Home Minister Amit Shah reveals that he has tested positive for coronavirus, which is infecting tens of thousands of people a day -- and killing hundreds -- in the world's second most populous country. TWEET by Amit Shah and FILE IMAGES of Amit ShahN°1W84HS

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