Zug, Korona, Paisenger – The impact of a corona infection is decreasing. Number of train passengers

Orai. There is a decrease in the number of passengers coming to Maharashtra and Gujarat on the Jhansi Kanpur route. On Monday, 129 passengers came and went on about half a dozen trains from Mumbai and Gujarat.
Train number 02104 Gorakhpur to Lokmanya Tilak Express, 02143 Mumbai Sultanpur Express, 01073 Mumbai Pratapgarh Udyognari Express, Gwalior Barauni Chhapra Post, Guwahati Indore Kamakhya Express etc. A total of 129 passengers came and went. Deputy CTI Gyan Singh said that due to the corona, the number of migrants moving to Gujarat and Maharashtra has decreased. There used to be 150 to 200 passengers a day, and 200 to 250 passengers came from Maharashtra Gujarat.
On the other hand, the effects of the corona epidemic can also be seen in the reservation window. DP Malviya, Chief Reservation Supervisor, said a total of 56 tickets were made in the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift on Monday. In what cash came to about 13 thousand rupees. While 36 passengers canceled their tickets, they received a refund of nine thousand rupees. Most of the passengers who canceled tickets were Vaishno Devi, passengers going to Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Surat, Nagpur. He said the number of passengers had recently decreased due to an infection. Where 200 to two and a half hundred passengers traveled from Jhansi to Lucknow Intercity. Now that number has been reduced from 40 to 50.
Stop looking in the immediate line
Orai. There was once a fierce battle for the Tatkal ticket. Despite the number from the night and the line from the morning, people couldn’t get an instant ticket. Now the condition is that all passengers who come to Tatkal get tickets. There was only one immediate reservation from AC on Monday and no one came to the immediate reservation in the sleeping class.
44 checks, one passenger was positive
Orai. The Ministry of Health team screened passengers from Gujarat and Mumbai on Monday. Of the 44 passengers examined, one was found positive. Passengers have been checked in on trains such as Mumbai Sultanpur, Gorakhpur Yesvantpur, Panvel Gorakhpur, Mumbai Pratapgarh Udyognagar Express, etc. Lab technician SP Pandey said South India is now less infected by screening passengers from Hyderabad, Yesvantpur, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad. (Conversation)

Orai. There is a decrease in the number of passengers coming to Maharashtra and Gujarat on the Jhansi Kanpur route. On Monday, 129 passengers came and went on about half a dozen trains from Mumbai and Gujarat.

Train number 02104 Gorakhpur to Lokmanya Tilak Express, 02143 Mumbai Sultanpur Express, 01073 Mumbai Pratapgarh Udyognari Express, Gwalior Barauni Chhapra Post, Guwahati Indore Kamakhya Express etc. A total of 129 passengers came and went. Deputy CTI Gyan Singh said that due to the corona, the number of migrants moving to Gujarat and Maharashtra has decreased. There used to be 150 to 200 passengers a day, and 200 to 250 passengers came from Maharashtra Gujarat.

On the other hand, the effects of the corona epidemic can also be seen in the reservation window. DP Malviya, Chief Reservation Supervisor, said a total of 56 tickets were made in the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift on Monday. In what cash came to about 13 thousand rupees. While 36 passengers canceled their tickets, they received a refund of nine thousand rupees. Most of the passengers who canceled tickets were Vaishno Devi, passengers going to Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Surat, Nagpur. He said the number of passengers had recently decreased due to an infection. Where 200 to two and a half hundred passengers traveled from Jhansi to Lucknow Intercity. Now that number has been reduced from 40 to 50.

Stop looking in the immediate line

Orai. There was once a fierce battle for the Tatkal ticket. Despite the number from the night and the line from the morning, people couldn’t get an instant ticket. Now the condition is that all passengers who come to Tatkal get tickets. There was only one immediate reservation from AC on Monday and no one came to the immediate reservation in the sleeping class.

44 checks, one passenger was positive

Orai. The Ministry of Health team screened passengers from Gujarat and Mumbai on Monday. Of the 44 passengers examined, one was found positive. Passengers have been checked in on trains such as Mumbai Sultanpur, Gorakhpur Yesvantpur, Panvel Gorakhpur, Mumbai Pratapgarh Udyognagar Express, etc. Lab technician SP Pandey said South India is now less infected by screening passengers from Hyderabad, Yesvantpur, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad. (Conversation)

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