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On Thursday twenty Delhi Metro staff have tested positive for COVID-19 as per sources. Some DMRC officials have been coming back to the office or to station premises to assure the smooth resumption of operations, whenever the orders come from the govt.
Twenty staff of Delhi Metro living in Delhi & neighbouring cities have tested positive for COVID-19, the sources stated. On Thursday the DMRC also twitted saying “With the rest of the country DMRC is also fighting the battle against COVID-19.
Delhi Metro’s employees have revealed exemplary resilience in coming back to duties to keep the Metro system in all readiness for the eventual restart of operation.
The DMRC tweet took a poster showing the Metro girl, DMRC’s mascot, using a mask & a pair of gloves.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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