New Delhi: The Union government today sent a high-level team to 10 states and union territories where the Covida infection case has escalated. Similarly, the health secretary has instructed four states and union territories to take appropriate steps to prevent infection. The government has sent a three-member team to Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir. Each team is headed by a joint secretary-level official from the Ministry of Health. The team will work closely with the state government to determine the cause of the sudden increase in infection. States are also being instructed to review the situation with district officials. The Center has written to the states of Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir. The government has asked the states to increase the number of Tests in the RTPC. Similarly, the government has asked for contact tracking of all positive cases. Maharashtra and Kerala alone account for 75% of the country’s total active cases. New Delhi: The Delhi government has tightened the rules for dealing with corona. Like other states, the Negative Covid report is mandatory for entry in Delhi. According to the information received, the Test4 report on Negative RTPC has been made mandatory for passengers coming to Delhi from Kerala, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. The rule will take effect from midnight on February 28 to 12 noon on March 15. The decision was taken by the Delhi government last week as 4 per cent of the country’s new cases were identified from the above five states. Madhya Pradesh, on the other hand, has seen a 30 per cent increase in cases of infections last week. In the second week of February, there were 1,256 cases of infection in Madhya Pradesh. It is the lowest infection rate in Madhya Pradesh in the recent past. But there are more active cases in Madhya Pradesh last week.