India conducts over 5.15 lakh Covid tests in last 24 hours: ICMR
Monday, 27 July 2020 India has recorded highest single-day testing of over 5.15 lakh tests to diagnose Covid-19 in last 24 hours, ICMR said as the country's Covid tally on Monday crossed 14 lakh mark. In 24 hours, 5,15,472 samples were tested on 26 July in the country with a total of 1,68,06,803 samples tested till date, said the ICMR officials. ICMR has approved 1,310 Covid-19 testing labs.
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