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Karnataka health minister sidelined but Bengaluru must urgently increase testing

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Karnataka is hit severely with over 50,000 cases in a single day, half of which is from Bengaluru. The load is way more than what its municipal body, whose leadership was just changed, can handle. And the health minister is now sidelined. Bengaluru must urgently increase testing, contact-tracing and triaging.

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