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COVID-19 quarantine facilities have been set up in several cities in India, says Indian Army Director General of Medical Services

Lieutenant General RS Grewal says that quarantine facilities have been set up at various places as a precautionary measure for the novel coronavirus.

As per the YouTube dated 17 March 2020 by India TV, Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services (DGFMAS) Lieutenant General R S Grewal, while addressing a press conference, said that precautionary measures for novel coronavirus disease were in place, and quarantine facilities had been set up in Jaisalmer, Hyderabad, Kolkota, Chennai, Surat, Jhansi and Jodhpur and other places with the help of Navy and Airforce.

The announcement made by the Lieutenant-General has been reported by ANI News on 17 March 2020.

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