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    Coronavirus LIVE: 41,673 passengers have travelled thus far taken flights, informs Hardeep Singh Puri.

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    Coronavirus LIVE: “Reports that trains are taking seven days, nine days are baseless, false and are completely motivated to damage the huge effort that my Railway employees, working day and night without sleep, are making to transport the migrants,” says Railways Minister Goyal.

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    Coronavirus LIVE: One new case in CRPF in last four hours. Total positive cases rise to 369 including 141 active cases, 226 recovered cases and two deaths.

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    Coronavirus LIVE: With 67 cases today, Kerala’s tally rises to 964 including 415 active cases.

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    Coronavirus LIVE: “As of now, there are 35,178 active cases in Maharashtra. 80% of cases are asymptomatic in the state. Doubling rate right now is 14 days, earlier it was five days,” says Chief Secretary Ajoy Mehta.

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    Coronavirus LIVE: Since May 7, 2,41,000 people sent to their home towns through 196 trains from Delhi, says Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.

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Coronavirus LIVE: Continuing with the upward curve, India registered 6,977 cases — its highest single-day spike thus far. Thus, the country currently has more than 1.4 lakh cases, including over 60,000 recoveries and over 4,000 deaths. Also Read - Coronavirus in Delhi: Capital Witnesses Steep Decline in Active COVID-19 Cases

Before Monday, India’s last three single-day figures were 6,767, 6,654 and 6,008 respectively. With its current COVID-19 count, India now also finds itself among the ten worst-hit countries, being at number 10, having surpassed Iran. US, Russia and the UK are the three worst-hit countries respectively. Also Read - Central Government's Teletherapy Helpline Counsels Over 60,000 People on Mental Health Issues Related to COVID-19 And Lockdown

Andhra Pradesh’s Vijaywada and Visakhapatnam airports will resume operations from Tuesday while West Bengal’s Kolkata and Bagdogra airports will be operational from May 28 as the state, along with COVID-19, is also battling the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan. Also Read - Drug Regulator Okays Psoriasis Injection For Restricted Emergency Use in Treating COVID-19 Patients

Some 115 Indians, including out of work and broke caregivers, students and pregnant women, were all smiles as they boarded an Air India flight here on Tuesday and left for India after being stranded in Israel for more than two months due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

The flight took off at 1 AM IST and also carried a Nepalese national Prabha Baskota, married to an Indian, and five Israeli diplomats posted in Delhi.