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India witnesses a dip in daily COVID cases, reports 13,086 new infections

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Down from yesterday's 16,135 fresh infections, the country reported over 3,000 less daily COVID cases in the last 24 hours India on Tuesday witnessed a dip in daily COVID cases by a margin of over 3,000 infections.

Down from yesterday's 16,135 fresh infections, the country reported 13,086 fresh COVID cases in the last 24 hours, informed the Union Health Ministry today.

The number of active COVID cases went past the 1.14 lakh mark. The daily positivity rate on Tuesday stood at 2.90% whereas the weekly positivity rate was 3.80%.

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