200,000 Cases A Day Rock India
Daily Express|April 16, 2021
INDIA has recorded more than 200,000 new Covid cases in a day, threatening its fragile health system.
Steph Spyro

The country – which has now suffered more than 14 million cases – is turning hotels and banquet halls into virus wards.

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