An employee of Paytm has tested positive for coronavirus, pushing the e-wallet company to shut its Gurgaon office for two days. This is the 29th case that tested positive in India. The figures took a leap after a group of 15 Italian tourists tested positive for the disease over the last 24 hours. An Indian driver, who was travelling with them, has also tested positive. The government today said it has started screening passengers on all incoming flights from abroad. More than 5 lakh people have already been screened. Elsewhere, the outbreak continues unabated. Today, German airline Lufthansa decided to ground its 150-aircraft fleet. The aviation industry has been the worst victim of the outbreak. Coronavirus outbreak originated in China's Wuhan in December and has spread to over 60 nations, killing more than 3,000 people and infecting over 90,000.