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Grieving mother vows to get justice for her late child.

Family still waiting for US report on whether Covid vaccine killed teenage son

Grieving mother vows to get justice for her late child.

× Copy URL The family of 13-year-old N...A BENGALURU (Aug 10): Gold prices hovered on Wednesday (Aug 10) near their highest levels in more than a month, supported by a weaker dollar with investors awaiting US inflation data, which is expected to influence the pace of US Federal Reserve (Fed) rate hikes.

Revnesh Kumar claim his death was due to Covid vaccination.– The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 11, 2022.TISSUE samples of 13-year-old N.Revnesh Kumar have been sent abroad for re-investigation into the cause of his death, his mother Vijayarani Govindan said.The family claims the teenager’s death is due to Covid-19 vaccination but the Health Ministry denies this.US gold futures were down 0.

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