A full-fledged library for Covid patients, who otherwise get confined to their bed for almost two weeks without having any scope for entertainment, has been set up by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC).
With their movement restricted due to health issues and protocols, the inmates of this facility are now hooked onto books to pass time.
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