PM Narendra Modi chairs high-level meet to review Covid situation as cases surge
The death toll due to Covid-19 has reached 1,64,623, with 513 new fatalities being reported in the last 24 hours, according to the ministry of health and family welfare. With the present rise in cases, India thus, has once again become the worst Covid-affected country in the world, leaving behind the United States of America and Brazil.
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