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Largest religious festival on Earth takes place in India as Covid-19 surges

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Largest religious festival on Earth takes place in India as Covid-19 surges

Largest religious festival on Earth takes place in India as Covid-19 surges

As many as 5 million religious pilgrims are expected to flock to the Ganges river as coronavirus cases soar in India.

India reported 168,912 new cases Monday, its highest single-day figure for the sixth consecutive day.

CNN’s Vedika Sud has your questions live from New Delhi.


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