Bengal’s COVID-19 recovery rate crosses 80 per cent

Kolkata, Aug 29: The recovery rate of COVID-19 patients in West Bengal reached 80.86 per cent on Friday after 3,286 people were discharged from various hospitals of the state, a bulletin issued by the health department said. So far, 1,24,332 people

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