‘We defeated Covid without vaccines’: PM Modi tells CMs on way forward

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said there was a need to enforce low-income areas in areas where Covid-19 cases were increasing, as he held a meeting with senior ministers to look at the situation in the country and the ongoing vaccination program. He also said India had previously successfully reduced the high number of Covid-19 cases and could be repeated.

Prime Minister Modi reminded prime ministers that India was able to successfully launch the Covid-19 wave last year without a vaccine.

“Screening, follow-up and treatment remain an effective strategy to monitor the spread of the disease,” Prime Minister Modi said in a speech to senior ministers, calling the situation in the country a challenge. He said this should be followed especially in the content areas.

“There is a need for us to work again in the war against Covid-19. In spite of all this

The premier also supported night limits set by many provinces to monitor the spread of the disease.

'We defeated Covid without vaccines': PM Modi tells CMs on way forward
‘We defeated Covid without vaccines’: PM Modi tells CMs on way forward

He also pointed out how the negligence shown by the people of the country has led to an increase in the number of cases. The premier said that they need to launch an aggressive campaign to recruit people.

He added saying that they need to make people aware of how they can get the disease. And aggressive testing is the end of the road, emphasizing the expansion of the RT-PCR trial.

The Prime Minister also urges to all of them to focus on the Covid-19 test. Our goal is to do 70% RT-PCR tests. Let the number of cases come up, but do a high-level test. Proper sample collection is very important, it can be tested with proper management,” the Prime Minister said. Mode.

The Prime Minister has given CMs the aim of reducing the country’s access to good by less than 5%.

“Many provinces including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Punjab have crossed the first high tide in Covid-19 cases. This is very worrying. People are not tired. In many provinces the administration is also free,” said Prime Minister Modi.

West Bengal Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee did not attend the meeting due to campaign rallies in the government. Secretary-General Alapan Bandyopadhyay represented him, officials said.

The meeting was called on the day when India recorded 1.26 lakh cases – the latest incentive and the highest increase ever in the country. Earlier, India recorded more than one case twice – both this week – as the coronavirus (Covid-19) returned with a vengeance.

The number of cases dropped after reaching a peak in September last year, but the recent increase is in the health sector and the government is concerned. Dr VK Paul, a member of the government think tank NITI Aayog, said earlier this week that the next four weeks were important for India in its fight against the Covid-19.

Prime Minister Modi previously chaired a meeting of senior officials and government officials on Sunday in which he called on the people to ensure that people adhere to the principles of Covid-19. He also directed that national awareness programs be launched.

The Department of Health said on Thursday that ten provinces – Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Kerala and Punjab – showed a sharp increase in daily Covid-19 cases. They account for 84.21 percent of new infections, he added.

India’s Covid-19 power level rose from 2.19 to 8.40% in the first seven days of March and April, the department said.

Meanwhile, the number of people taking Covid-19 vaccine exceeded 9 crore on Thursday. The union’s health department said 9,01,98,673 vaccines were given 13,77,304 times until 7am on Thursday.

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