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Weekly Covid cases fall for first time in 2nd wave

IndiaTimes Sunday, 16 May 2021
For the first time during the course of the second Covid wave, India registered a fall in cases in the week ended Sunday as the infection eased in many parts of the country. However, fatalities continued to rise with the week's toll crossing 28,000 -- the highest number of deaths in seven days anywhere in the world for the second week running.
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