After the first wave peaked in September, 2020, a second wave hit India in March, 2021. The number of confirmed cases keeps breaking new records in April. The COVID-19 pandemic in India deteriorated sharply in April this year, with more than 300,000 new confirmed cases in a single day and more than 400,000 cases in early May. In many places, strict prevention measures such as city closure or curfew were taken.
Since June, The number of daily confirmed case has fallen. On June 7, India reported 120,529 new cases and 3,380 new deaths in the last 24 hours, the lowest number of new cases in a single day for nearly two months. Several areas, including the capital New Delhi, have announced further easing of anti-epidemic restrictions.
Trains waiting to depart
It is recommended that you avoid using public transportation, such as airplanes, trains, the metro, and buses, during the coronavirus outbreak period.
The coronavirus risk is high in crowded places, such as airports and train stations. However, if you are already in India and need to take a train, precautions need to be taken to protect yourself.
To avoid embarrassment, we will introduce what to expect when you’re travelling by train in India.
There are 5 major railway stations in Delhi,the capital of India. Location and transportation tips.