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Covid-19: Cases rise for 9th day, longest rise since Sept

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 24 February 2021 ()
The seven-day rolling average of daily Covid cases rose for the ninth consecutive day, crossing 13,000 on Tuesday, in the most sustained surge in the pandemic in the country since infections peaked in mid-September last year.
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