Unlock 2.0: No Bar on Inter-state Travel, No Pass Needed, Home Secretary Tells States

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    AKS
    What did you achieve in the month of June?, cases spiked to 500000 plus, places where no spike, there you made heavy viral loads.
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    Ranu
    Considering India will achieve its peak in  July end or August, It's a very risky decision at this point of time. 90 percent of COVID cases are from only 10 cities and with no bar on travel restriction, changes of virus spreading in other cities will be very high.
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    Padmanabhan
    THE GIVEN STATISTICS ON TOP OF THE ARTICLES IS ITSELF
    INCOMPLETE AND IMPROPER.
    THE GIVEN STATISTICS STATES ONLY ABOUT THE PEOPLE
    AFFECTED IN INDIA AND THE NUMBER OF DEATH;
    AND THE NUMBER OF AFFECTED AND DEAD WORLD WISE.
    BUT HAVE CONVENIENTLY LEFT NUMBER OF PERSONS
    RECOVERED FROM THE PANDEMIC.
    ONLY IF THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE RECOVERED IS INCLUDED
    YOUR STATED STATISTICS IS COMPLETE; OTHERWISE IT IS
    INCOMPLETE.
    A HALF-COOKED PUDDING
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    Ams
    As people are not following guide lines of un locks that is why every move by govt. is a failure
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    vivek
    States and UTs should not be permitted to stop interstate/ intrastate movement of people. Movement of people in vehicles does not spread virus. It spreads only when the people get out of the vehicle.
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    Gopal
    Virus is going to stay..everyday is a bonus..everyone helpless.
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    Anonymous
    very good take out all the restrictions, idiots, because of inter state, every where it has flared up, reconsider for some time, nothing will happen