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COVID-19 tally: India records 46,232 new cases, 564 deaths

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COVID-19 tally: India records 46,232 new cases, 564 deaths

COVID-19 tally: India records 46,232 new cases, 564 deaths

India's COVID-19 tally reached 90.50 lakh on November 21.

As compared to yesterday, a significant rise in new COVID-19 cases was observed.

The spike of 46,232 new cases and 564 deaths reported in last 24 hrs.

Currently, there are 4,39,747 active cases of coronavirus in the country whereas, total cured cases are 84.78 lakh with 49,715 new discharges.

According to ICMR, 10,66,022 samples were tested on Nov 20.


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