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Jul 01, 2020
8:29AM

Recovery rate improves to over 75%; in Bihar; cases climb to 9,988

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Bihar recorded eight Covid-19 deaths and 370 new cases taking the total fatalities to 71 and the number of Coronavirus cases to 9,988. 7,544 patients have been recovered and discharged from Hospitals. 2376 patients are undergoing treatments in various hospitals.
 
Recovery rates have been increased to over 75 percent. 189 police personnel were infected so far 159 had been cured after treatment. one police personnel died due to Covid-19. 17 CRPF personnel deployed in the state had been tested positive for the virus till now.

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