Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express canceled for a month due to rising corona patients in Maharashtra-Gujarat
Mumbai: Lockdown has been implemented in many districts in the state. Strict restrictions have been imposed in some cities. However, corona in the state does not seem to be slowing down. Maharashtra and Gujarat recorded the highest number of new coronavirus patients in the last 24 hours. The Tejas Express from Ahmedabad to Mumbai has been canceled for a month due to rising corona patients. The 82902/82901 Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad Tejas Express operated by IRCTC has been canceled for one month from today (April 2).
As many as 43 thousand 183 patients were registered in the state yesterday
As many as 43,183 patients were registered in the state yesterday. Yesterday, 32 thousand 641 patients were cured and released at home. A total of 24,33,368 crore infected patients have been cured in the state till date. As a result, the recovery rate of patients in the state is 85.2%. The state recorded the deaths of 249 corona-infected patients today. The current mortality rate in the state is 1.92%.
Temporary suspension of ADI-BCT-ADI Tejas Express due to recent COVID-19 rising cases, says IRCTC pic.twitter.com/0QITlyqrBJ
– ANI ()ANI) April 1, 2021
Record of 2410 corona victims in Gujarat
The state of Gujarat, which is close to Maharashtra, recorded the highest number of 2410 corona cases yesterday. In Gujarat, the number of corona victims has gone up to 3 lakh 10 thousand 108. In Ahmedabad, 626 new corona cases were reported yesterday.
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