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Maha: Marathwada registers 51 fresh COVID-19 cases, one death

Maha: Marathwada registers 51 fresh COVID-19 cases, one death

Aurangabad, Dec 5(UNI) The Marathwada region of Maharashtra recorded 51 fresh COVID-19 cases and one related death during the past 24 hours, health authorities informed on Sunday.
The district headquarters report stated that of the eight districts of the region, Beed district recorded 13 cases and one death, followed by Latur with 13 cases, Aurangabad 11 cases, Parbhani, Nanded and Osmanabad 4 cases each, Jalna 2 cases and Hingoli nil, they added.
Meanwhile, during the past 24 hours, 782 fresh cases of COVID-19 were recorded across the state, taking the total number of infections to 66,38,071.

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