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WHO lauds Asia’s largest slum, Dharavi for breaking COVID-19 chains

On Friday, World Health Organisation (WHO) lauded Asia’s largest slum, Dharavi of Mumbai for successfully breaking chains of coronavirus infections. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus praised the chain breaker models of COVID-19 like Dharavi, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, New Zealand, Italy, Spain and South Korea. Currently, Mumbai’s Dharavi has shifted its position from being a COVID-19 hotspot to becoming a successful containment model. The 2.5 square kilometre area, with nearly 6.5 lakh people, recorded just one case on Tuesday.

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