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Hundreds test positive for Covid at Kumbh Mela in India's Haridwar city

Hundreds of thousands of devotees have continued to flock to Haridwar in India for the Kumbh Mela, despite rising coronavirus cases. Some are calling the festival a 'super-spreader' event.

ICYMI: In India’s northern city of Haridwar, nearly a million Hindu devotees thronged the banks of the Ganges, a river many Hindus consider holy, to participate in the months-long 'Kumbh Mela' or pitcher festival

ICYMI: In India’s northern city of Haridwar, nearly a million Hindu devotees thronged the banks of the Ganges, a river many Hindus consider holy, to participate in the months-long 'Kumbh Mela' or pitcher festival

Hundreds of thousands of devotees have continued to flock to Haridwar in India for the Kumbh Mela, despite rising coronavirus cases. Some are calling the festival a 'super-spreader' event.

Hundreds of thousands of devotees have continued to flock to Haridwar in India for the Kumbh Mela, despite rising coronavirus cases. Some are calling the festival a 'super-spreader' event.

PACKED PILGRIMAGE: Millions crowd the Ganges River in Haridwar, India for the months-long Kumbh Mela, or “pitcher festival” — the world’s largest peaceful pilgrimage that takes place every 12 years — as COVID-19 cases surge in the country.

Hundreds of thousands of devotees have continued to flock to Haridwar in India for the Kumbh Mela, despite rising coronavirus cases. Some are calling the festival a 'super-spreader' event.

Hundreds of devotees, including 9 top saints, tested positive for Covid in India's Haridwar city where huge crowds gathered for the Kumbh Mela festival. India reported 184,372 new cases today - its highest-daily spike yet.

As coronavirus infections soar in India, lakhs of devotees took a dip in the Holy Ganges shahi snan of Kumbh Mela, which is being held in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. Read More: #KumbhMela2021  #KumbhMela  #Haridwar  #kumbh2021 

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Millions of Hindu pilgrims have traveled to Haridwar, India, to bathe in the Ganges during the Kumbh Mela festival. The event comes as India’s coronavirus outbreak is spiraling, with a daily high of 168,000 cases reported on Monday.

In India’s northern city of Haridwar, nearly a million Hindu devotees thronged the banks of the Ganges, a river many Hindus consider holy, to participate in the months-long 'Kumbh Mela' or pitcher festival

Massive crowds are expected to gather at India’s northern city of Haridwar throughout April 2021 for the religious festival of Kumbh Mela, despite the country’s grappling with a COVID-19 surge.

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