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CORONAVIRUS CASUALTIES (Feb 28):- GLOBAL:- Total Cases: 11,44,64,297; Total Deaths: 25,39,067 Recovered: 9,00,08,036 BELGIUM:- Total Cases: 7,69,414; Total Deaths: 22,052 BRAZIL:- Total Cases: 1,05,17,232; Total deaths: 2,54,263 CANADA:- Total Cases: 8,64,196; Total Deaths: 21,960 CHINA:- Total Cases: 89,893 ; Total Deaths: 4,636 FRANCE:- Total Cases: 37,36,016; Total Deaths: 86,332 GERMANY:- Total Cases: 24,44,177 Total Deaths: 70,589 INDIA:- Total Cases: 1,10,96,731; Total Deaths: 1,57,087 INDONESIA:- Total Cases: 13,34,634; Total Deaths: 36,166 IRAN:- Total Cases: 16,31,169; Total Deaths: 60,073 ITALY:- Total Cases: 29,07,825; Total Deaths: 97,507 JAPAN:- Total Cases: 4,30,539; Total Deaths: 7,807 MEXICO:-Total Cases: 20,84,128; Total Deaths: 1,85,257 NETHERLANDS:- Total Cases: 10,84,021; Total Deaths: 15,543 PHILIPPINES:- Total Cases: 5,76,352; Total Deaths: 12,318 RUSSIA:- Total Cases: 42,46,079; Total Deaths: 86,122 S KOREA:- Total Cases: 89,676; Total Deaths: 1,603 SPAIN:-Total Cases: 31,88,553; Total Deaths: 69,142 SWEDEN:- Total Cases: 6,57,309 Total Deaths: 12,826 SWITZERLAND:-Total Cases: 5,54,932; Total Deaths: 9,966 UAE:- Total Cases: 3,91,524; Total Deaths: 1,221 UK:- Total Cases: 41,70,519; Total Deaths: 1,22,705; US:- Total Cases: 2,92,02,824; Total Deaths: 5,24,669 - India Travel Times.Com   [Estd: 1998]       * * *    Travel, More Travel, Travel Means A Million Things     * * *    
RT-PCR report must to enter Delhi by air, rail, bus from Feb 26
Those coming to Delhi from the States hit by a second wave of covid by air, train or bus will need to carry a negative RT-PCR test report not older than 72 hours. Those coming by own vehicles will not be checked, however.

NEW DELHI, Feb 26: Threatened by a second wave of covid, precautionary measures like restrictions on inter-State movement, gatherings and local lockdowns have been imposed by several States to check the current surge in the spread of coronavirus epidemic.

Travellers from Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab, which have reported a second wave of coronavirus and spurt in new cases after a steep fall since mid-September, will need a negative coronavirus test report to enter the national Capital from February 26 to March 15. The RT-PCR negative test report will have to be carried while entering Delhi by road, train or air. However, those coming in by road in buses only will be checked and not those travelling in own vehicles.

KARNATAKA: Karnataka had a week ago increased surveillance on those from Maharashtra and Kerala. It has imposed restrictons on travellers from the two States which are having a second wave of the pandemic. Negative RT-PCR test report of not more than 72 hours is compulsory to enter Karnataka by road, trair or air. Those without the test report will be sent to quarantine.

MAHARASHTRA: Maharashtra has imposed several restrictions on movement and gatherings throughout the State. Partial lockdowns are being imposed area-wise. All political, religious and social gatherings are suspended. District authorities are taking local restrictions. In Mumbai, residential buildings with more than five active covid cases are being sealed. Hefty fines are being slapped on those not wearing face masks in the city. Violators of restrictions also face prosecution.

A 7-day lockdown in Amravati was started on February 22 and a 10 -day lockdown is on in Yavatmal from February 18.

Parbhani district of Aurangabad has closed places of worship and banned entry from 11 Vidarbha districts like Nagpur, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Yavatmal, Amravati, Akola, Washim, Bhandara, Gondia and Wardha. Jalna of Aurangabad district has closed educational institutions till March 31. The Shri Rajur Ganpati temple in Bhokardan tehsil is closed. Nagpur schools and colleges will remain shut till March 7. Markets are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. No wedding receptions from February 25 to March 7.

GUJARAT: Gujarat will have border checks on those from the neighbouring affected States like Maharashtra and screening will be done at railway stations too.

BENGAL: The Bengal Government made it mandatory on Wednesday for passengers travelling by flights from Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka and Telangana to produce negative covid reports.

UTTARAKHAND: The Uttarakhand Government on Tuesday issued an order making the test mandatory for people coming from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

CHHATTISGARH: Chattisgarh will screen people travelling from Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi.

PUNJAB: In Punjab, from March 1, there will be curbs on indoor and outdoor gathering.

MP: Madhya Pradesh has asked district collectors to ensure thermal screening of people coming from Maharashtra.

RAJASTHAN: The Jodhpur city administration has imposed Section 144 in the city till March 21.

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