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6,300+ new Covid cases, nearly 3k from Maharashtra; 140 deaths

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 May 2020
India has recorded 1,23,081 coronavirus infections so far, with nearly a third of all active cases having been declared in the past four days alone, when 22,794 cases were added to the count. The Covid-19 toll on Friday was 140, with 63 deaths in Maharashtra, 29 in Gujarat and 14 reported in Delhi. Daily deaths have remained above 130 for six consecutive days.
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