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Heartland states see sharpest rise in weekly Covid-19 cases

IndiaTimes Monday, 12 April 2021
Heartland states for the first time during the second wave logged the sharpest rise in Covid-19 cases last week (April 5-11) even as infections surged by a record 70% in the country. Bihar saw the biggest increase, with cases rising more than four times (334%) as compared with the previous week.
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