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Artists paint graffiti on road to create awareness about COVID-19 in WB's Asansol

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Artists paint graffiti on road to create awareness about COVID-19 in WB's Asansol

Artists paint graffiti on road to create awareness about COVID-19 in WB's Asansol

Artists in Asansol painted graffiti on road to spread awareness about global pandemic.

'Corona demon' was painted on streets to warn people about the threat of the deadly disease.

Total 19154 active cases have been reported in West Bengal so far.

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Asansol Asansol Metropolitan City / Urban Agglomeration in West Bengal, India

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West Bengal West Bengal State in Eastern India

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