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Around a quarter of India’s 1.35 billion-strong population may have had the coronavirus, a source close to a government serological survey told Reuters – a far higher figure than the country’s official reported caseload.
India has confirmed 10.8 million Covid-19 cases, giving it the biggest total worldwide after than the United States. However, the survey indicates that India’s actual cases may have surpassed 300 million.
That’s all from me, Caroline Davies. Thanks for your time.