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Governor Kalraj Mishra calls Plasma therapy 'effective mode' for COVID-19 treatment

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Governor Kalraj Mishra calls Plasma therapy 'effective mode' for COVID-19 treatment

Governor Kalraj Mishra calls Plasma therapy 'effective mode' for COVID-19 treatment

Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra on August 13 called Plasma therapy an effective mode of treatment for COVID-19.

He said, "Plasma therapy is an effective mode of treatment for COVID-19.

I urge all the people in the state, who have defeated Corona, to come forward and donate their blood plasma so that COVID patients can get a new life through plasma therapy."


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