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Sunday’s Covid count hits 40,000 mark, 21% of all cases came in past week

IndiaTimes Sunday, 19 July 2020
More than 40,000 fresh Covid-19 infections were reported on Sunday, capping India’s deadliest week of the Covid-19 pandemic so far during which 2.38 lakh cases were reported, accounting for 21% of all cases detected in the country so far. As many as 673 deaths were reported on Sunday, taking the week’s toll to 4,285 — 16% of all Covid-19-related fatalities so far.
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