On Saturday, Rajasthan registered 2,314 new COVID-19s, reaching 9.36,162, while 70 more fatalities raised the death toll to 8,251, according to an official report.
Jaipur reported the highest number of new cases and deaths in 401 and 13 years, according to the report.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Rajasthan is 56,628. To date, 8,711,283 patients have recovered in the state, he said.
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