Maharashtra makes RT-PCR negative test mandatory for passengers from these six states

Mumbai, 19th April 2021: Amid rising cases of coronavirus, the Maharashtra government has made RT-PCR negative test mandatory for passengers coming from six states including Delhi-NCR.
The states from which Maharashtra has mandated the corona negative test for travelers coming from Delhi-NCR including Kerala, Goa, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. The Maharashtra government said that RT-PCR tests up to 48 hours before will be valid for entry in the state.If you are planning to visit Maharashtra, you will have to take the RT-PCR Negative Test along with you. For this, the Maharashtra government has also issued some guidelines.

Maharashtra tops the new case it has the highest number of 68,631 cases in a single day, while 503 people infected succumb to it. With this, the number of infected in the state so far has increased to 38, 39,338 while the death count has reached 60,473. At the same time, there were 8,468 new cases of infection in Mumbai city, while 53 people died. The total number of infected people in the city has gone up to 5, 79,486, while the death toll has reached 12,354.

The highest number of 25,462 new cases was reported in a single day of Covid-19 in Delhi on Sunday. This information came from data shared by the Health Department. While 161 more patients died in Delhi, the rate of infection rose to 29.74 percent, the highest ever. A day earlier, 24,375 new cases of Covid-19 were reported and 167 patients died.

According to the latest bulletin, with the arrival of these new cases in Delhi, the total number of infected people in the national capital has increased to 8, 53,460 so far, while the death toll has increased to 12,121.

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