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After 6 months, city Covid cases cross 2k mark; 5 die in a day

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 3 August 2022
The number of new Covid-19 cases in the city crossed the 2,000-mark on Wednesday, with five patients succumbing to the deadly virus. The last time the city recorded over 2,000 cases was on February 4 (2,272 cases with 20 deaths) when it was witnessing the slowdown of the Omicron wave
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