The Maharashtra government on Sunday declared Kerala, Goa, Gujarat, Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), Rajasthan and Uttarakhand as places of "sensitive origin" in a bid to "stop the influx of other COVID-19 virus variants into Maharashtra from other locations".
As per the order, passengers travelling to Maharashtra from these places will need a negative RT-PCR report of the test conducted within 48 hours of their train travel.
"#COVID19 is a global pandemic. Let us put up a combined fight against this pandemic under the leadership of PM @narendramodi ji. I urge @CMOMaharashtra not to single out states as ''Places of Sensitive Origin'' and withdraw the said order in the public interest," Sawant tweeted. PTI RPS NSK NSK
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