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COVID-19: Active cases cross 4 lakh-mark, death toll at 28,084

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COVID-19: Active cases cross 4 lakh-mark, death toll at 28,084

COVID-19: Active cases cross 4 lakh-mark, death toll at 28,084

With continuous spike in COVID-19 cases, active infections in the country crossed 4 lakh mark on July 21.

Country reported 37,148 new infections in the last 24 hours.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, death count crossed 28,000 mark after 587 new deaths in last 24 hours.

Total COVID-19 cases stand at 11,55,191.

Indian Council of Medical Research reported 1,43,81,303 samples tested up to July 20.

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