68-year-old woman first person to die of novel coronavirus in Delhi, second in India
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Coronavirus Outbreak: India's COVID-19 case tally at 20.88 lakh; death toll tops 42,500The death toll due to the disease now stands at 42,518 in the country, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). The COVID-19 tally of..
Covid-19 recovery rate rises to 68.32%, fatality rate declines to 2.04%: Health ministryFocused and effective efforts towards containment, testing, isolation and treatment by the Centre, states and Union Territories have resulted in the recovery..
61,537 new cases take COVID tally near 21 lakh-mark, over 42,500 dead
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More than 6.6 lakh samples tested in 24 hours for COVID-19, total tests near 2.1 croreA record 6,61,892 samples were tested for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours across the country, the government said on Tuesday. This takes the cumulative testing to..
'Imagine if Covid struck before 2014': PM Modi inaugurates Swachhata museum
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AAP hands over cheque of Rs 10 lakh to sexual assault victim's family
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NDMC directed to ensure cleanliness near Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: CM Kejriwal
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Kozhikode plane crash: CM Kerjiwal extends condolences to bereaved families
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NHS workers demand pay rise after coronavirus leaves staff ‘on their knees’
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A Memphis woman, barely recovering from COVID-19, was evicted from her homeLeslie Nelson's eviction was spurred by medical debt that was not her own, but rather attached to the house passed down to her, she said.
Nurse loses leg after she ignored pain to care for COVID patients"You forget about your own pains because you're busy helping other people," she said.
80 million masks, 8,800 ventilators: How New York is spending $5B to fight COVID-19New York spent $278 million on 8,800 ventilators during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic — and the state never ran out, despite early fears.
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