Just because of the increasing Covid cases in the state, Maharashtra Govt announced that it is compulsory to carry a negative RT-PCR report not older then 48 hrs for all travellers arriving by trains in the state.

Indian Railways has announced that it is now compulsory for all Indian Railways passengers to provide a negative RT-PCR test report on while arriving in Maharashtra. Railway Minister Piyusg Goyal has advised all train passengers to follow Covid-19 protocals while boarding, travelling and de-boarding at the destination.

As per the previous orders negative RT-PCR report is required from the travellers arriving from Goa, Kerala, Rajasthan, Gujarat, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi (NCR), but now in the fresh orders it is required from all persons arriving from any of the state of India.

One can check the latest advisory for all states at https://contents.irctc.co.in/en/stateWiseAdvisory.html

Railways has advised all passengers travelling in long distance trains are requested to check the covid-19 advisory from the official IRCTC website and follow COVID-19 protocols for their own safety and the safety of others.


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