High Court Asks Delhi Govt About Protocols For Disposal Of Used Coronavirus Test Kits
The Morning Standard|December 02, 2020
The claims and allegations in the plea were refuted by Ghose who said he was informed that the swabs being referred to in the plea were unused or defective

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