Big decision of Delhi government, mandatory to show corona negative report to people coming from 5 states including Maharashtra


The government has taken a big decision in the capital of the country amidst Corona crisis. According to sources connected with the Delhi government, it will be mandatory to bring Corona Negative Report to people coming to Delhi from public transport in 5 states in Delhi. Due to increasing cases of corona in some states, Delhi government has taken this decision.

People coming to Delhi from Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab will get entry in Delhi only after showing negative RT-PCR. The nodal officer of these five states will be asked to ensure a 72-hour-old negative RT-PCR test report of people going to Delhi from here, and only then leave for Delhi.

The decision will be applicable on which passengers


This order will be applicable to the passengers coming to Delhi by flight, train and bus (public transport) while the passengers coming to Delhi by car (private car) will stay out of it. Delhi government can issue formal order today regarding this decision. This order will be applicable from midnight of Friday, 26 February to 12:00 noon on 15 March.

The total number of corona infected in Delhi has increased to 6,38,028. Of these, 10,901 patients have died. However, 6,26,086 people who have been affected by this disease have also recovered. The number of active patients in the capital is 1041. Till date, 120 million sample tests have been done.

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