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India's coronavirus cases pass 5 million

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India's coronavirus cases pass 5 millionNEW DELHI - India's total coronavirus cases passed five million on Wednesday, health ministry data showed, as the pandemic extends its grip on the vast country at an ever-faster rate. With its latest one million cases recorded in just 11 days, a world record, India now has 5.02 million infections. Only the United States has more, with 6.59 million. India has for some time been recording the world's biggest daily jumps in cases, and on Wednesday, the rise was just over 90,000 with...
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India's coronavirus caseload crossed the 50-lakh mark on September 16 after the country reported fresh 90,123 infections in the last 24 hours, according to the data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 1,290 deaths in the same period pushed the COVID toll to 82,066. Total confirmed...

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