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Tribune News Service
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India on Sunday reported the highest single-day spike of 54,735 COVID-19 cases, pushing the country’s virus caseload to 17,50,723, even as the death toll due to the disease rose to 37,364.

According to Union health ministry data updated at 8 am on Sunday, the active COVID-19 cases stood at 5,67,730, while 11,45,629 people have recovered from the contagion.–with PTI

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