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Mumbai reaches grim milestone of 50,000-plus Covid-19 cases

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 9 June 2020
Ninety days after the first coronavirus positive patient was found in Mumbai, the number of cases in the country's financial capital crossed 50,000 on Tuesday while the death toll reached 1,758. The number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai had crossed 10,000 on May 6 and 25,000 on May 21.
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