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Migrants wait to board Patna-Lokmanya Tilak train, outside a railway station in Jabalpur.

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Migrant labourers rest as they wait for trains to reach their work destinations, outside Hatia railway station in Ranchi.

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Migrants wait for Pune -Maharashtra -Bangalore-Gujarat special train outside Hatia railway station, to reach their work destination, in Ranchi.

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Migrants wait to board a train outside a railway station during COVID-induced lockdown, in Hyderabad.

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Migrant workers return after Delhi's COVID-19 positivity rate drops below 2% for the first time in 60 days, at Anand Vihar ISBT in New Delhi.

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A batter prepares to play a shot during a game of cricket played by migrants in Tuzla, Bosnia. The Rome-based Baobab Experience group brought cricket equipment for the migrants in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo and the central town of Tuzla, offering a rare opportunity for relaxation and fun for the people who spend months, if not years, stuck in camps while fleeing war and poverty in their nations and chasing their dreams of a better future.

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Police distribute food among the bus drivers and conductors from Kerala, stranded due to COVID-19 lockdown, in Nagaon district of Assam.

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Spanish security forces expel a migrant from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, at the border of Morocco and Spain. Spain deployed its military to the Moroccan border Tuesday as thousands of migrants jumped fences or swam onto European soil for the second day in a row after Rabat loosened border controls amid a deepening diplomatic spat.

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A group of migrants arrive outside a holding centre for migrants the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla, Spain. A large group of Africans crossed into Melilla on the North African coast in the early hours by jumping over the enclave's double fence. Spain said around 6,000 people had earlier crossed the border into Spain's other North Africa enclave of Ceuta.

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Minors sleep inside a warehouse turned into a makeshift center for migrant minors at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, at the border of Morocco and Spain.

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A man from Morocco is detained by soldiers of the Spanish Army at the border of Morocco and Spain, at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta.

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A migrant runs after crossing into the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, near the border of Morocco and Spain.

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Migrants cross into the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, near the border of Morocco and Spain.

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People climb a fence in the area at the border of Morocco and Spain, outside the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Ceuta, a Spanish city of 85,000 in Northern Africa, faces a humanitarian crisis after thousands of Moroccans took advantage of relaxed border control in their country to swim or paddle in inflatable boats into European soil. By Tuesday afternoon, nearly 8,000 people had crossed the border into the city since early Monday, the Spanish government said, including some 2,000 thought to be teenagers.

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A group of migrants arrive outside a holding centre for migrants the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla, Spain. A large group of Africans crossed into Melilla on the North African coast in the early hours by jumping over the enclave's double fence. Spain said around 6,000 people had earlier crossed the border into Spain's other North Africa enclave of Ceuta.

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Spanish Army soldiers clash with migrants near the border of Morocco and Spain, at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Ceuta, a Spanish city of 85,000 in northern Africa, faces a humanitarian crisis after thousands of Moroccans took advantage of relaxed border control in their country to swim or paddle in inflatable boats into European soil.

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Migrants, travelling from Kerala, arrive at Santragachi Railway Station during the second wave of coronavirus, in Howrah district.

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Migrants leave for their native states from inter-state bus terminal at Kaushambhi, during the second wave of the coronavirus, in Ghaziabad.

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Men lie on the ground after arriving in the Spanish territory at the border of Morocco and Spain, at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Ceuta, a Spanish city of 85,000 in northern Africa, faces a humanitarian crisis after thousands of Moroccans took advantage of relaxed border control in their country to swim or paddle in inflatable boats into European soil. Around 6,000 people had crossed by Tuesday morning since the first arrivals began in the early hours of Monday, including 1,500 who are presumed to be teenagers.

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Spanish Guardia Civil officers try to stop people from Morocco swimming and entering into the Spanish territory at the border of Morocco and Spain, at the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Authorities in Spain say that around 1,000 Moroccan migrants have crossed into Spanish territory.

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A woman with two blind associates wait for transport to go back home, during the ongoing COVID-induced lockdown, at a bus stand near Howrah station.

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People board a crowded bus as they leave for their native places, after West Bengal Government announced complete lockdown till 30th May due to surge in coronavirus cases, in Nadia district.

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People board a crowded bus as they leave for their native places, after West Bengal Government announced complete lockdown till 30th May due to surge in coronavirus cases, in Kolkata.

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Migrant workers line up outside Secunderabad railway station to travel back to their native states, during COVID-induced lockdown in Hyderabad.

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Migrants wear facemarks to curb the spread of COVID-19 as they wake up after spending the night outside a migrant housing center, which had been empty until Sunday but which rapidly surpassed its 200-plus capacity, on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy.

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Migrants wearing face masks to curb the spread of COVID-19 prepare to spend the night at a pier on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy. Several hundred more migrants reached the tiny Italian island before dawn on Monday, swelling to past 2,100 the number of arrivals in around 24 hours and fueling calls from across the political spectrum for the Italian government to strengthen its migration policies.

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Migrants wearing face masks to curb the spread of COVID-19 sit at a pier as Italian police officers stand by, on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy. Several hundred more migrants reached the tiny Italian island before dawn on Monday, swelling to past 2,100 the number of arrivals in around 24 hours and fueling calls from across the political spectrum for the Italian government to strengthen its migration policies.

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Migrants boats are moored on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy. Several hundred more migrants reached the tiny Italian island before dawn on Monday, swelling to past 2,100 the number of arrivals in around 24 hours and fueling calls from across the political spectrum for the Italian government to strengthen its migration policies.

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Migrants prepare to leave the city due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Migrants board trains to their home states, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the countrty, in Jalandhar.

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Migrants walk during COVID induced statewide 14-day lockdown in the wake of rising coronavirus cases, in Bhubaneswar.

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Migrants and other passengers arrive at the railway station to head for their hometown, amidst curfew imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, in Jammu.

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Migrants board a train towards their home states, amid spike in the numbers of positive coronavirus cases in the country, in Jalandhar.

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Migrant workers leave for their native places during lockdown, amid surge in COVID-19 cases in New Delhi.

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Migrant workers leave for their native places during lockdown, amid surge in COVID-19 cases in New Delhi.

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Migrant workers leave for their native places during lockdown, amid surge in COVID-19 cases in New Delhi.

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Migrants leave for their native place after Karnataka government announced a 15-day lockdown amid coronavirus second wave pandamic, in Bengaluru.

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People leave for their home town after Karnataka government announced 15 days lockdown, in Bengaluru.

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Workers prepare to return to their native place, in New Delhi.

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Migrants leave for their home state after Karnataka government announced 15 days Lockdown from tomorrow amid coronavirus second wave pandemic in Bengaluru.

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Migrant workers wait to board interstate buses for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, as cases of Covid-19 rise in the NCR region, in Gurugram.

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Migrant workers leave for their native places during the weekend lockdown, amid surge in COVID-19 cases in Thiruvananthapuram.

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Migrants wait for means of transport to travel to their native places at a railway station, during weekend complete lockdown amid rise in Covid-19 cases, in Bhubaneswar.

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Migrants board buses to leave for their native places amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, in Gurugram.

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Migrants leave for their native places amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, in Kanpur

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Migrants board buses to leave for their native places amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, at Rajiv Chowk in Gurugram.

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Migrants boarding a train to their native places amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Jalandhar.

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Migrants arrive from Pune to leave for their native places in Jharkhand, amid rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi. Jharkhand Government has announced lockdown in the state from April 22.

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Migrants board buses to leave for their native places amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, at Rajiv Chowk in Gurugram.

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Migrants walk on road after their arrival from Mumbai-Via-Pune, in Ranchi as they leave for their native places in Jharkhand state, amid rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi. Jharkhand Government has announced lockdown in the state, from April 22.

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Migrants waiting in line to board a train after Delhi Government imposed lockdown as surge in coronavirus cases, at Anand Vihar Railways Station in New Delhi

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Migrants waiting in line to board a train after Delhi Government imposed Lockdown as surge in coronavirus cases, at Anand Vihar Railways Station in New Delhi.

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Migrants prepare to leave the city after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, at Kaushambi Bus Terminal in Ghaziabad.

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Migrants wait to board buses to their native places, as coronavirus cases surge, at Kushambhi Bus Station in Ghaziabad.

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Migrants wait to board trains at Katpadi Railway Station, in anticipation of a lockdown due to surge in coronavirus cases in Vellore district.

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Migrants board buses to leave for their native places amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, at National Highway 48 in Gurugram.

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Migrants walk on road after their arrival from Chhattisgarh via-Raipur, in Ranchi for their native places in Jharkhand, amid rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi.

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Migrants arriving from New Delhi by a special train, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases across the country, in Patna.

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Migrants going to their native places due to COVID-induced lockdown, as coronavirus cases surge in Noida.

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Migrants going to their native places due to COVID-induced lockdown, as coronavirus cases surge in Noida.

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Migrant workers wait for transportation as they leave for their respective villages following a six-day lockdown put into place to control the rising cases of coronavirus infections, in New Delhi.

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Migrants wait to board buses to their native places, as coronavirus cases surge in Surat.

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A migrants' family from Bihar waits for port at roadside during complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in New Delhi.

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Migrants board buses as they travel to their native places, amid a surge in coronavirus cases countrywide, in Kanpur.

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Migrants board a train as they travel to their native places, amid a surge in coronavirus cases countrywide, in Kanpur.

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Migrants wait to board a bus after UP Government imposed restrictions in view of surge in coronavirus cases, at Alambagh Bus Station in Lucknow.

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Migrants wait to board a bus after UP Government imposed restrictions in view of surge in coronavirus cases, at Alambagh Bus Station in Lucknow.

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Migrants at Kaushambi Bus Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad.

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Migrants wait to board trains to their native places during COVID-induced lockdown to curb the recent spike in coronavirus cases, at NDLS Station in New Delhi.

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Migrants prepare to leave the city after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, at Kaushambi Bus Terminal in Ghaziabad.

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Migrants prepare to leave the city after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, at Kaushambi Bus Terminal in Ghaziabad.

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Migrants arriving from Delhi at Ranchi Railway Station, amid rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi.

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Family members of migrants wait to board buses to their native states after spending previous night at the Kaushambi Bus Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in Kaushambi.

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Family members of migrants wait to board buses to their native states after spending previous night at the Kaushambi Bus Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad.

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Passengers sit on the roof of a over crowded bus after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Passengers arrive at Anand Vihar Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Passengers arrive at Anand Vihar Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Passengers sit on the roof of a over crowded bus after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Passengers sit on the roof of an over crowded bus at Anand Vihar Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delh.

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Migrants arrive at Kaushambi Bus Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad.

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Migrants arrive at Kaushambi Bus Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad.

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Migrant workers arrive at Kaushambi Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in Kaushambi district.

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Passengers arrive at Anand Vihar Terminal after Delhi Government announced complete lockdown for 6 days due to surge in coronavirus cases, in New Delhi.

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Migrants, waiting to board outstation trains to go their native place at Aluva Railway station, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases across the country, in Kochi.

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Migrants at Bus stand, as they wait to board interstate buses, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases in NCR region, in Gurugram.

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Migrants stand in a queue outside Hatia railway station to board outstation trains, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi.

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Passengers coming out from Charbagh railway station during weekend lockdown imposed in the wake of rising Covid-19 cases across the country, in Lucknow.

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Migrants arriving from Maharashtra wait in a queue for Covid-19 tests at Patna railway station, amid the rise in Covid-19 cases across the country.

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Migrants arriving from Maharashtra by special train outside Hatia railway station, amid the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi.

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Migrants undergo thermal screening process after arriving from Maharashtra by special train at Hatia Railway Station, amid the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, in Ranchi.

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Migrants at Secunderabad railway station to board trains for their native place, fearing another lockdown during Covid-19 pandemic, in Hyderabad.

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Migrant workers stand in a queue to board outstation train to go their native place at Panvel Railway Station, amid rise in Covid-19 cases across the country, in Navi Mumbai.

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Migrant workers board interstate buses for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, as cases of Covid-19 rise in the NCR region, in Gurugram.

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Passengers stand in a queue at a ticket counter to board buses for their native place, after authorities announced weekend curfew, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, at Sindhi camp bus stand in Jaipur.

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Migrants board a train to their native places in Bihar, amid rise in coronavirus cases across the country, in Jalandhar.

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A Health worker, collect swab sample of migrants arriving from Maharashtra at a COVID-19 testing counter, amid rise in Covid-19 cases across the country, at Patna railway station in Patna.

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Migrants, comming from Maharashtra, in an overcrowded coach of a train at Bhopal railway station.

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Passengers stand outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to board outstation trains, amid the ongoing spike in COVID-19 cases in Mumbai.

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Passengers stand outside the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus to board outstation trains, amid the ongoing spike in COVID-19 cases in Mumbai.

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Migrants arriving from Maharashtra rest outside Patna Junction, as coronavirus cases spike countrywide, in Patna.

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