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Mint Covid Tracker: Karnataka reports biggest jump in active cases, deaths over past week

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medical capacity and overburdened health system. Over the past few weeks, new infections and deaths have been rising faster in India than in most other badly-hit countries.

The country’s death toll is the eighth worst in the world. Among countries with more than 5,000 deaths, India has recorded the second biggest spike in deaths and the biggest jump in confirmed cases over the past week.Maharashtra now has 7,855 deaths, and Delhi’s toll has risen to 2,742.

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