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Delhi second worst-hit by Covid-19 caseload; Goa reports 1st fatality

The Centre maintained that the number of infections per hundred thousand population was among the lowest in the world

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Death toll in the country from coronavirus jumped by a record 445 to 13,699

Press Trust of India
Delhi on Monday emerged as the second worst-hit state by Covid-19 caseload in addition to death count though Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the situation in the national capital was getting stabilised gradually while Goa reported its first fatality from the disease.
As the death toll in the country from coronavirus jumped by a record 445 to 13,699, the Centre maintained that the number of infections per lakh population was among the lowest in the world. The new cases surged by over 10,000 for the 11th day in a row and rose by 14,821 to take the total to 425,282, according

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First Published: Jun 22 2020 | 11:08 PM IST

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