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Increasing cases of corona in five states


Amidst growing cases of corona in five states of the country, the Delhi government is going to make it necessary to show RT-PCR negative report for those filing in the state. Maharashtra also tightened rules to deal with Corona.

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Delhi Disaster Management Authority is soon going to issue permission for permission to enter the state only after showing negative report of corona for people coming from five states of the country. Reports in the media are being told that a formal order regarding this can be issued today. 

Those coming to Delhi from Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab will be required to show the negative report of RT-PCR, this report should not be 72 hours old. It is being said that the nodal incharge of these five states will be asked to allow travel only after seeing the negative report of the passengers going to Delhi from here.

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The order will be in force from the night of 26 February to 15 March and will be applicable to passengers coming to Delhi by bus, train and flight.

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The government has started strict rules against those who break the rules in the case of fast growing corona in Maharashtra. On Monday, police in Mumbai, BMC and Western and Central Railway collected a record 46 lakh rupees as fine from unbasked people, on Monday, more than 22 thousand people who did not wear masks were cut. On Sunday also 14 thousand people were challaned and 28 lakh fine was charged.

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Punjab has also framed new rules in view of the increasing cases, under which restaurants and private offices will have to tell when the last corona investigation of their employees took place. At the same time, night curfew has been imposed in Balaghat and Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh.

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