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Maharashtra reports 4,907 new COVID-19 cases, takes tally to 17,31,833; 125 deaths push toll to 45,560: state health department.

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 11-11-2020 19:41 IST | Created: 11-11-2020 19:41 IST
Maharashtra reports 4,907 new COVID-19 cases, takes tally to 17,31,833; 125 deaths push toll to 45,560: state health department.

Maharashtra reports 4,907 new COVID-19 cases, takes tally to 17,31,833; 125 deaths push toll to 45,560: state health department.

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