Hyderabad Metro timings modified in wake of lockdown; strict COVID tips in place

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Hyderabad Metro timings modified in wake of lockdown

In view of the additional extension of lockdown declared by the Telangana authorities, Hyderabad Metro Rail service will function its trains between 7 am and 12:45 pm.

“In view of the additional extension of lockdown declared by the Authorities of Telangana, the timings of the Hyderabad Metro Rail service have been rescheduled. Throughout this era, Hyderabad Metro Rail will begin its first prepare from respective terminal stations at 7 am; whereas the final prepare will begin at 11:45 am and attain the respective terminating stations by 12:45 pm,” learn a press release from Hyderabad Metro Rail.

“For everybody’s security, passengers are additionally suggested to strictly observe the COVID-19 security tips, together with social distancing, sporting of face masks, common hand sanitisation and thermal screening, amongst others,” it added.

It requested passengers to cooperate with safety personnel and employees of Hyderabad Metro Rail of their efforts in the direction of maintaining their journey secure.

Telangana authorities prolonged the continuing lockdown by 10 extra days on Sunday.

COVID-19 state of affairs in Telangana

Telangana on Sunday reported 1,801 COVID-19 instances taking the tally to over 5.75 lakh whereas the toll stood at three,263 with 16 casualties, a authorities

bulletin stated. The Better Hyderabad Municipal Company (GHMC) accounted for essentially the most instances with 390, adopted by Rangareddy (114) and Medchal Malkajgiri (101), the bulletin stated.

The state has 35,042 lively instances and over 61 thousand samples had been examined.

The whole variety of cumulative instances within the state stood at 5,75,827 whereas with three,660 being cured, the full recoveries had been at 5,37,522.

Cumulatively, over 1.50 crore samples have been examined.

The samples examined per million inhabitants had been over four.05 lakh, the bulletin stated.

The case fatality charge within the state was zero.56 per cent, whereas it was 1.2 per cent on the nationwide degree. The restoration charge in Telangana was 93.34 per cent,
whereas it was 91.four per cent within the nation. 

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