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Coronavirus: India records more than 7 lakh COVID-19 cases; 22,000 in last 24 hours

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New Delhi, July 07: Union Health Ministry on Tuesday said that India recorded more than 22,000 cases of the coronavirus and 467 deaths between Monday and Tuesday morning.

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The corntry's tally now stands at 7,19,665 after the 22,252 fresh infections in a single day. The number of cases in India has mounted to 7 lakh from 6 lakh in just four days as more than 20,000 infections, with over 24,000 in two days.

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The COVID-19 cases increased since January end when the country's first case was reported in Kerala after a student who returned from China's Wuhan came home and tested positive for the viral disease.

With 20,160 deaths, the number of deaths in India, as a percentage of total cases was 2.80 per cent on Tuesday. It was 2.82 per cent on Monday morning as compared to 3 per cent a week ago.

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    According to the Health Ministry, the number of recovered cases among COVID-19 patients rose to 4,39,947 on Tuesday. The datat further said that 15,515 patients have been cured in the last 24 hours.

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