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At least 12 people who have tested positive of the coronavirus travelled in trains between March 13 and 16, the railways said today. It asked people to postpone all journeys to avoid contracting the highly contagious virus.

“Railways has found some cases of Coronavirus infected passengers in trains which makes train travel risky. Avoid train travel as you may also get infected if your co-passenger has Coronavirus. Postpone all journeys and keep yourself and your loved ones safe,” the railways tweeted.

The railways’ tweet comes on a day when the positive cases in India rose to 258.

Maharashtra has reported the highest number of COVID-19 cases at 52, including three foreigners. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope made a fresh appealed to avoid public transport to contain the spread and warned of tougher measures, having already asked offices and shops to close.

The East Central Railway has requested all possible help from the Bihar government for making special arrangements to screen passengers coming to Bihar by trains from Mumbai-Pune region.

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