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India's Covid-19 tally soars past 65 lakh mark, with 75,829 new cases in 24 hours|Oneindia News

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India's Covid-19 tally soars past 65 lakh mark, with 75,829 new cases in 24 hours|Oneindia News

India's Covid-19 tally soars past 65 lakh mark, with 75,829 new cases in 24 hours|Oneindia News

India has reached another grim milestone in its battle against the Coronavirus Pandemic, with the tally soaring the 65 lakh mark with 75,829 new coronavirus cases and 1,069 deaths reported in the last 24 hours.

India now has 65,49,373 total cases of coronavirus, including 9,37,625 active cases.

A total of 1,01,782 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 till now with 940 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours.

On Saturday, Maharashtra reported 14,348 fresh Covid-19 cases taking the total count to 14.30 Lakh.

India is the second worst affected state in the world after United States which has reported more than 76 lakh cases with more than 2.14 Lakh deaths so far.


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