India logs 14,146 fresh cases, 144 more deaths in a day
The Times of India Hyderabad|October 18, 2021
India recorded 14,146 fresh Covid-19 infections in a day, the lowest daily rise in 229 days, while active cases dropped to 1,95,846, the lowest in 220 days, according to the Union Health Ministry's data on Sunday.

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The death toll climbed to 4,52,124 with 144 more fatalities. The country has so far reported 3,40,67,719 Covid cases, it said.

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