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    COVID-19 recovery rate reaches to 38.29 percent in India

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    Health and Family Welfare Ministry said that a total 36 thousand 823 patients have been cured of corona virus and the recovery rate has reached 38.29 percent in the country.

    During the last twenty four hours, 2 thousand 715 patients have recovered and 5 thousand 242 fresh cases of Covid-19 have been reported taking the total number of cases to 96 thousand 169. A total of 157 deaths have been registered in last 24 hours taking the nationwide toll to 3 thousand 29.

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