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India registers more than 970,000 infections and 24,000 deaths from COVID-19


Srinagar / Bangalore / Jammu (India), Jul 16 (EFE / EPA) .- Indian health authorities testing people from coronavirus at a frantic rate in the country, where there have been 970,000 infections and close to 25,000 deaths from COVID-19.(CAMERA: Farooq Khan / Jagadeesh NV / Jaipal Singh)

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