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    Coronavirus Highlights/ 151 More Police Personnel Test Covid-19 Positive in Maharashtra in last 24 Hours

    India’s total number of COVID-19 infections reaches 3.46M . The death toll has risen to 62,555 and 2.65M have recovered so far the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said. Meanwhile Ministry of Health and Family Welfare claimed that more than 4 crore COVID-19 tests have been conducted so far.

    Worldwide coronavirus cases crossed 24.6M, according to the Johns Hopkins University. The death toll crossed 835K. More than 16.1M people have recovered so far.

    Around 10 to 12 Chennai Super Kings members have been tested positive for COVID-19 in Dubai. The IPL id starting from September 19. They all have been sent to quarantine, reported PTI

    In a latest report published by UNICEF, it has been said that 436 million children are unable access remote learning .

    151 more police personnel have been found Covid-19 positive and five have died in the last 24 hours in Maharashtra. Total number of Corona positive police personnel in the state reaches to 14,792 including 2,772 active cases, 11,867 recoveries and 153 deaths till date: Maharashtra Police.

     

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