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Coronavirus live updates: India’s recovery rate now at 73.8%

Meanwhile, Delhi Disaster Management Authority has given its approval for opening of hotels and weekly markets in the national capital.

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Coronavirus Outbreak: India reports less than 50K COVID cases for 15 straight days

India registered a record number of fresh Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, crossing the 70,000-mark for the first time since the outbreak of the pandemic. With 70,101 new cases, the country’s tally crossed the 28-lakh mark at 28,33,015.

Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have reported the highest number of cases. However, infections are rising rapidly in states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Yet, India’s recovery rate continues to rise and now stands at 73 percent. ‘Unlock 3.0’ is underway.

Maharashtra, the worst-hit state in India, recorded its highest one-day count of 13,165 coronavirus cases. Meanwhile, Delhi Disaster Management Authority has given its approval for opening of hotels and weekly markets in the national capital.

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Mumbai reports 1,132 new cases, death toll reaches 7,265

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The death toll due to the pandemic rose to 7,265 with 46 new fatalities, it added. The city has a recovery rate of 80 percent. The civic body also said that presently there are only 17,917 active patients in Mumbai.

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With 3,169 new COVID-19 cases, Bengal's tally rises to 1.25 lakh

West Bengal's COVID-19 tally rose to 1.25 lakh yesterday following a single-day spike of 3,169 cases, while the death toll mounted to 2,581 with 53 more fatalities, the state health department said.

The recovery rate in the state improved to 75.9 percent after 2,973 patients recovered from the disease since August 18, it said in a bulletin.

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Odisha's COVID-19 tally rises to 67,122; toll mounts to 372

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The state also registered recovery of 1,621 patients taking the total number of people who have been cured of the disease to 46,936, which is 69.92 per cent of the total cases. 

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