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After 4 days, a slight dip in number of daily Covid cases

IndiaTimes Saturday, 21 November 2020 ()
India reported 45,397 new cases on Saturday, down slightly from the previous day's count of 46,328, as per data collated from state governments. The day's death toll, at 500, had also reduced from the previous three days' numbers. With this, the country's total caseload rose to 90,95,398 while the overall toll stood at 1,33,211.
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