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India on Saturday registered 2,34,692 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 with Maharashtra alone accounting for 27.15 per cent of these. As per the Ministry of Health, five states accounted for 59.79 per cent of the fresh cases.
India has already overtaken Brazil to become 2nd most-affected country. An oxygen crisis. A beds and drugs shortage. Overflowing crematoriums and burial grounds.
Experts say that Covid vaccine drive should be available for all now in India. People must follow Covid norms strictly. Here's India Today's special show - Coronavirus Crisis In India: Woe The Second Covid Wave.

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