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India records 16,159 new Covid cases

India records 16,159 new Covid cases

New Delhi, July 6 (UNI) India has registered 16,159 new Covid-19 cases, the Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday.
According to the bulletin issued by the Health Ministry, the total caseload rose to 4,35,47,809, while the death toll rose to 5,25,270 as 28 more succumbed to the disease.
Total 15,394 people recovered from the disease, taking the tally to 4,29,07,327. The recovery rate stands at 98.53 per cent.

The active caseload stands at 1,15,212, the figures showed.
As per the bulletin, 86.49 crore tests for Covid-19 have been done so far.
India has administered 198.20 crore doses of Covid-19 vaccine so far under the ongoing nationwide vaccination drive.
UNI DS PRT

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