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Covid-19 awareness rally in Kolkata to mark World Health Day


Kolkata, Apr 7 (EFE/EPA).- Students and activists took part Wednesday in a COVID-19 awareness rally in Kolkata to mark World Health Day. (Camera: PIYAL ADHIKARY)SHOT LIST: WORLD HEALTH DAY COVID-19 AWARENESS RALLY IN KOLKATA, INDIA.

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