PM Modi’s meeting with Chief Ministers over Corona, said – we have to be alert PM Modi Meeting on Covid Situation PM Narendra Modi held a meeting with the Chief Ministers on Wednesday afternoon regarding the situation of Corona in the country. In the meeting, the PM said that we have to be alert with the increasing cases for the last two weeks.
For the past few days, there has been a steady increase in the cases of corona in the country. In some states, the cases of corona have increased rapidly. The Modi government is constantly monitoring the corona infection. The central government is on alert regarding this. In this regard, PM Modi held a meeting with the Chief Ministers on Wednesday.During this meeting, the PM said that this is our 24th meeting regarding Corona in the last 2 years, the way the Center and the states have worked together during the Corona period and those who have played an important role in the country’s fight against Corona, I am all Corona.
I admire the Warriors. Modi further said, ‘It is clear that the challenge of Corona is not completely over yet. How Omicron and its all variants can cause serious situation, we can see in the countries of Europe. Cases from these variants have increased in the last few months. We have kept the situation under control in India as compared to many other countries. Modi said that we have to be alert with the increasing cases for the last two weeks. Within 2 years, the country has done the work of providing what is needed in every aspect related to Corona, from health infrastructure to oxygen supply. There was no report of uncontrolled conditions in the third wave.
He said that today 96% of the adult population of India has received the first dose of the vaccine and about 85% of the children above 15 years have received the second dose. In March, we started immunization for 12-14 year olds. Tomorrow, co-vaccine vaccine has also been allowed for children of 6-12 years. Apart from this, there is also a precaution dosage available for all adults in the country. During the third wave, we saw more than 3 lakh cases every day. All our states also handled them and gave impetus to all other social, economic activities. Our scientists and experts are continuously monitoring the national and global situation. Stopping the infection at the very beginning was our priority as well, it should remain the same even today. We have to implement our strategy of Test, Track, Treat equally effectively. It should be ensured that the work of upgrading the infrastructure continues at a fast pace. We are in a much better position to have facilities like beds, ventilators and PSA oxygen plants but we also have to ensure that these facilities remain functional.
Edit by Rk Rakesh Boro