The travel advisory for India has been extended until March 2.
The travel advisory has been expanded to include states like Bihar and Rajasthan.
The states of Bihar and Maharashtra are expected to see a sharp increase in the number of fatalities in the next few days due to poor air quality.
In Bihar, the number has already risen by over 300%, while in Maharashtra the death toll is already close to 800.
While the number is only expected to climb in Maharashtra, the increase is likely to be much greater due to a combination of factors, including the high number of deaths in Uttar Pradesh.
According to the National Crime Records Bureau, Maharashtra has recorded a record number of killings in the last three years.
Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has promised a strict implementation of the new Delhi Air Quality Control Ordinance (DAQCO).
This new measure was put in place to ensure a cleaner air for the entire state, and to curb pollution.
Despite the increase in deaths, Fadnaavis said he does not want to see any increase in Delhi’s pollution levels.
India is expected to witness a sharp rise in air pollution levels due to the ongoing construction of the Delhi Metro.
Air pollution is a major factor in the spread of the coronavirus, which can kill hundreds of thousands of people in the world’s most populous country.
Although the WHO says the situation is improving, the situation has worsened for many Indian citizens in recent days.
A total of 11 people have died in the country since February 26, including two students who were studying in Delhi University’s medical school.