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64,553 new infections take India's COVID tally to 24.61 lakh

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64,553 new infections take India's COVID tally to 24.61 lakh

64,553 new infections take India's COVID tally to 24.61 lakh

India on August 14 witnessed single-day spike of 64,553 cases and 1007 deaths in the last 24 hours.

The COVID-19 tally rose to 24,61,191 including 6,61,595 active cases, 17,51,556 discharged/migrated and 48,040 deaths.

The total number of COVID-19 samples tested till August 13 stands at 2,76,94,416.

Of these, 8,48,728 samples were tested yesterday.


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