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India records over 45,000 new cases of COVID-19 in one day

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Dharamsala/Bangalore, Nov 23 (EFE/EPA).- India on Monday reported 45,209 new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections across the country to 9,140,312.India currently ranks as the world's second worst-hit country by the pandemic after the United States with 133,738 deaths in total. (Camera: SANJAY BAID / JAGADEESH NV).SHOT LIST: INDIAN HEALTH AUTHORITIES COLLECT SWAB SAMPLES FROM RESIDENTS AT THE ZONAL HOSPITAL IN DHARAMSALA AND THE CITY MARKET AREA IN BANGALORE, INDIA.

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