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This is a screencap of my map in QGIS:

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Those orange bits in the middle of each section are actually holes in the GeoJSON file and I can't make them go away. I've tried using the "Vertex tool" to select the vertices and delete them with "Delete ring" but it doesn't seem to work.

How can I cover them?

Link to the data

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  • Probably your features contain geomtry errors. Try Geometry checker plugin. For more detailed answer, it would be good if you could share your data.
    – Babel
    Oct 24, 2021 at 19:54
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    You question was closed because it contained several questions - you should edit it to comply with the rules so that it can be reopened. Otherwise, no one can post an answer.
    – Babel
    Oct 24, 2021 at 20:33
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    You provided a link to the QGIS project file (.qgz). It doesn't contain any data, only links to the data and since we don't have the data, those links don't work.
    – user2856
    Oct 24, 2021 at 20:56
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    I have looked at your data, and there only one multipart polygon (it's the yellowish-green one from your screenshot). You can get rid of those small parts if you select them with the vertex tool and simply press the Delete Key. If you have problems with the merge function, you should try the Repair Geometries tool from the Processing toolbox.
    – Cezar B
    Oct 24, 2021 at 22:40
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    @CezarB, please put your comment as an answer!
    – Taras
    Oct 26, 2021 at 5:06

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I have looked at your data, and there is only one multipart polygon (it's the yellowish-green one from your screenshot).
You can get rid of those small parts if you select them with the vertex tool and simply press the Delete Key.
If you have problems with the merge function, you should try the Repair Geometries tool from the Processing toolbox.

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