Mumbai Police Takes To Twitter To Urge People To Take Measures Amid Coronavirus; See Post

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Mumbai Police has taken an initiative to aware the people about the deadly coronavirus outbreak sharing some tweets on the microblogging platform, Twitter.

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Mumbai Police has taken an initiative to aware the people about the deadly Coronavirus outbreak by sharing some tweets on the microblogging platform, Twitter. In a recent tweet, Mumbai police wrote: "To protect good & to destroy evil’ has taken on newer dimensions. And so has our responsibility. In our effort to curb the ‘evil’ of #Coronavirus, the Commissioner's office has started screening visitors as well as our staff with an infrared thermometer gun."

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1,151 local trains cancelled

Ahead of the 'Janta Curfew' on Sunday, 1,151 local trains have been cancelled in Mumbai. According to a press release, in the Western Line, out of 1,278 trains, only 801 trains will be function. The remaining 477 have been cancelled.

Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope on Saturday said the state government may be forced to shut down local trains in Mumbai if crowding continues at stations. In an appeal to the people, he said that people should use local trains in Mumbai only for essential services.

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(Pic Credit: Mumbai Police/Twitter)

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