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India becomes third country to pass two million COVID-19 cases

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India becomes third country to pass two million COVID-19 casesNew Delhi: India's official coronavirus case tally passed two million on Friday after a daily jump of more than 60,000. The South Asian giant becomes only the third country to reach the figure, after the United States and Brazil. The rate of spread in the world's second-most populous country also appears to be increasing. India logged its first one million infections just three weeks ago. Official figures show the country has now recorded 2.03 million infections and 41,585 deaths. Many experts say the true numbers may be much higher...
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