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Lockdown, Day 48: Of(f) the rails

India reported it's highest daily spike yet, registering over 4,000 cases in the last 24 hours; Maharashtra continues to report the lion’s share with Mumbai reporting 875 new cases.

Trains will start running tomorrow, on select routes. All you need - a valid ticket and no symptoms.

Here are the latest updates from today:

    310 new cases in Delhi, total tally now 7,233.
    84 new cases in Rajasthan, state tally up to 3,898.
    77 new cases in Indore, district tally now 1,935.
    38 new cases in Andhra Pradesh, total cases now 2,018.
    14 new cases in Odisha, total count in the state now 391.
    11 new cases in Bihar, state's tally now 707.
    10 new cases in Karnataka, state total reaches 858.
    Three new cases in Jharkhand, state total now 160.

Tally Toll Tally Toll
41,16,767 2,82,872 67,152 2,206

    MHA directs states to ensure reopening of private clinics.
    ICMR issues new guidelines for recording deaths.
    Ahmedabad goes digital to prevent spread via currency.
    Railways increases capacity of Shramik trains to 1,700 passengers.

    Crude oil prices fall again on fears of second wave.
    Bajaj Auto dealerships, service centres reopen.
    Tata Group may slash pay in some companies.
    HDB Financial Services sacks 150 employees.
    Renault opens selected dealerships and service centres.

    America records 776 deaths in 24 hours.
    Russia reports 11,656 cases to take tally to 2,21,344.
    Singapore reports 486 new cases, total cases now 23,822.
    UK to extend lockdown till at least June 1.
    South Korea fears second wave in Seoul.
    Wuhan reports fresh cases for second day in a row.