On Monday, another railway worker at the railway building tested positive for the coronavirus and in two weeks, the number of Kovid-19s at the Indian Railways headquarters has risen to five.
According to the Ministry of Railways, a fourth class multi-tasking worker, who was present at the office on May 19, tested positive for Covid-19. Sources said nine of his contacts in the railway building were separate from the house.
The employee was responsible for taking files from one officer to another, thus coming in contact with several people during the day. They also transferred the files to the offices of the Chairman of the Railway Board and the Minister of Railways.
On Sunday, a senior official tested positive for Covid-19. He took part in the work on May 20. About 14 officers who worked closely with him are away from home.
A day earlier, another senior officer involved in the reorganization of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) at the railway building – tested positive.
According to ministry officials, the female worker went to the railway station on May 13, after which it was closed for two days for sanitation. On May 11, an RPF worker tested positive for the coronavirus.
A few days later, a contract worker who kept the monkeys outside the building with his langur was infected with the coronavirus.