Madhya Pradesh on Sunday recorded its highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases as 326 people tested positive for novel coronavirus, taking the state's count to 14,930, an official said. The death toll reached 608 as 10 people succumbed to the infection, comprising four in Bhopal, three in Indore and one each in Jabalpur, Sagar and Harda, he added. "Of the new cases, the highest 64 cases were reported from Gwalior, followed by 61 in Bhopal, 36 in Morena and 23 in Indore," officials said. 

A total of 177 persons were discharged from hospitals during the day. 

The number of cases in Indore, the worst-hit district in the state, rose by 23 to 4,833 and the death toll to 244, while Bhopal now has 3,045 COVID-19 cases, including 109 deaths. The cases in Morena and Gwalior went up to 654 and 528 respectively.
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