Delhi's COVID-19 caseload rises to 6,32,429 with 246 new cases, death toll climbs to 10,746 as eight more people die: Authorities.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 17-01-2021 15:08 IST | Created: 17-01-2021 15:08 IST
Delhi's COVID-19 caseload rises to 6,32,429 with 246 new cases, death toll climbs to 10,746 as eight more people die: Authorities.

Delhi's COVID-19 caseload rises to 6,32,429 with 246 new cases, death toll climbs to 10,746 as eight more people die: Authorities.

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