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COVID scare: Migrant workers continue to flock to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus

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COVID scare: Migrant workers continue to flock to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus

COVID scare: Migrant workers continue to flock to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus

COVID-19 cases continued to rise in Maharashtra as state reported over 68,000 cases on April 19.

Migrant workers began to return to their native places from Mumbai amid COVID scare.

Workers thronged Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to catch trains on April 19.

Currently, Mumbai has 86,688 active cases of COVID-19.

The State government has imposed lockdown-like restrictions till May 01 and has also imposed Section 144 in view of spread of coronavirus.


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