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India’s Covid count hits 9 million, rise slowest since 1st

IndiaTimes Thursday, 19 November 2020
India has become the second country in the world after the US to record nine million Covid-19 cases. On the brighter side, it took 22 days for the tally to increase from the eight-million mark. The last one-million rise in 22 days means the spread in the country has halved since the pandemic's peak in mid-September, when it took just 11 days for cases to go from four million to five million.
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