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India reports 29,689 fresh COVID cases

New Delhi, July 27 (ANI): Indian on July 27 reported 29,689 new cases of COVID in the last 24 hours. 42,363 people recovered from the virus in the same duration. 415 people died due to coronavirus in a day. India’s active cases dipped to 3,98,100. 3,06,21,469 people have recovered so far from COVID. India’s death toll stands at 4,21,382. 44,19,12,395 vaccine doses have been administered so far.
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