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Coronavirus Outbreak: Two migrant workers who walked from Indore to Rajasthan tests Covid-19 positive

The two migrant workers, who traveled from Indore to Rajasthan amid coronavirus lockdown in the country have now been found positive for COVID-19 forcing the state administration to isolate the entire village.

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Coronavirus Outbreak: Two migrant workers who walked from Indore to Rajasthan tests Covid19 positive

Amidst the outbreak of coronavirus, the entire country is in the lockdown and transport services are shut down but the major problem that is being faced is by the migrant workers who are walking back to their homes and two of the migrant workers have tested positive for Covid-19, according to Bhaskar report.

Father and son duo travelled 300 KMs on bike from Indore to Dungarpur, Rajasthan, entire village has been put under isolation.

The two migrant workers, who traveled from Indore to Rajasthan amid coronavirus lockdown in the country have now been found positive for COVID-19 forcing the state administration to isolate the entire village.

Thousands of migrant workers have hit to streets and traveling for their home towns on foot as all public-private transport across the state have been shut down to strictly abide by the lockdown rules in order to contain the virus from spreading further.

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