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No new Covid-19 cases in 47 districts, no deaths in 251 districts in last 3 weeks

IndiaTimes Thursday, 4 February 2021
As many as 47 districts have not reported new Covid-19 cases and 251 districts have not reported any Covid-19-related deaths in the last three weeks, said Union health ministry on Thursday. ​​India's Covid-19 cumulative positivity rate is 5.42 per cent and positivity rate last week was at 1.82 per cent, the secretary said. ​​Addressing a press conference here, Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that the active cases in the country is less than 1.60 lakhs and declining.
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