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India reports over 13,216 fresh covid cases in last 24 hours

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covid cases across the country. In view of rising covid cases across the nation, the union health ministry has directed all states/UTs to continue monitoring spread of infection and undertake required steps for prompt and effective management of Covid-19, as these states are reporting increase in cases.

States have also been asked to monitor influenza-like illness (lLl) & SARI cases in all hospitals on a regular basis. The states have also been asked continue with vaccination of all eligible people While Delhi has witnessed an active caseload of 4,843, Maharashtra has 21,749 cases, Haryana has recorded 2,633 cases.

Kerala has reported more than 20,338 covid cases at present. Tamil Nadu has 2,694 active cases, Karnataka has reported 4,500 active cases so far.

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