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COVID-19 recoveries cross 10 lakh-mark in India: Health Ministry

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However, India's coronavirus cases tally has gone up to 15,83,792, out of which there are 5,28,242 active cases
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News video: Watch: Health Ministry gives updates on Covid cases, vaccines & herd immunity

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The health ministry in its briefing on Covid-19 situation said that over 1 million people have recovered from Covid infection in the country. Addressing the media, Secretary in the Health Ministry Rajesh Bhushan said that India salutes doctors, nurses and healthcare workers who have made this...

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