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COVID-19 update: Fatality rate of India dips below 2%

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COVID-19 update: Fatality rate of India dips below 2%

COVID-19 update: Fatality rate of India dips below 2%

The cases of coronavirus continued to surge in India, however, fatality rate dipped to 1.99 %, informed Health Ministry.

National Expert Group on vaccine administration has also been constituted by Centre.

Maharashtra continues to witness surge of over 10,000 COVID-19 cases taking total tally in the state to 5,35,601.

Delhi reported 1257 COVID-19 cases and 8 deaths on Aug 11.

Karnataka recorded 6,257 COVID-19 cases today.

While, Tamil Nadu reported 5,834 COVID-19 cases and 118 deaths so, total number of cases in the state is now at 3,08,649, including 2,50,680 discharged, 52,810 active cases and 5,159 deaths.

Andhra Pradesh recorded 9024 cases.

Country has conducted over 2.5 crore sample tests so far.


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