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Twenty people tested positive for COVID-19 at Jain Sweets, Mumbai.

There is insufficient evidence to verify whether 20 COVID-19 cases were reported from a sweet shop in Mumbai.

There is insufficient evidence to verify whether 20 COVID-19 cases were reported from a sweet shop in Mumbai.Mumbai, one of the worst-hit cities in India from COVID-19, recorded 1,163 new cases as of July 4, 2020, taking the tally to 83,237. According to the state health bulletin, the city's death toll has gone up to 4,830. However, there is no publicly available information about any cases recorded from a shop named Jain Sweets.

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