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Maharashtra reports 4,255 new Covid-19 cases, active tally past 20,000 mark

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the state had recorded 4,024 cases and four fatalities. Further, two new cases of the B.A.5 variant of coronavirus have also been also detected in the state.

These cases come from Nagpur in a 29-year-old man and a 54-year-old woman. The patients had tested positive for Covid on 6 and 9 June, respectively.

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