Today, Prime Minister Modi spoke at a high-level meeting about the dangers of COVID-19.
Today, Prime Minister Modi spoke at a high-level meeting about the dangers of COVID-19. How to overcome this deadly virus and the steps that are being taken by the government. Home Minister Amit Shah, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, and Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia attended the meeting to discuss the approach to curbing COVID.
PM Modi chairs a high level meeting, the following are the excerpts:
Rahul criticises govt
Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, attacked the government on Thursday, alleging that it was trying to halt the Bharat Jodo Yatra because it was afraid of the truth. Meanwhile, the virus is beginning to spread nearly uncontrolled way throughout the megacity’s 25 million inhabitants, months after Shanghai experienced a severe lockdown to curb the spread of Covid.
Hospitals are finding it difficult to treat the large number of infected patients, pharmacies are turning away patients without filling their prescriptions, businesses are closing because employees are sick, most schools have closed, and public transportation use is drastically declining. Follow the pardaphash for the most recent developments.
BJP suspends its Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Rajasthan
In the aftermath of COVID-19, the BJP suspended its Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Rajasthan. Party General Secretary Arun Singh stated. In a high-level meeting, Prime Minister Modi reviews the COVID situation.
Delhi’s trade associations urge store owners to wear masks
Since there has been an increase in COVID cases in several countries, many trade associations throughout Delhi have urged store owners to use sanitizers, wear masks, and maintain social distance. Some of these associations have also scheduled meetings to consider their next steps out of concern that the potential spike here may negatively affect their industry once again.
Due to the widespread presence of COVID-19 cases in several countries, India has started a 2 percent random sampling of international travellers coming to the country and may consider making it mandatory for all if necessary, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Thursday.
A high-level meeting has been scheduled due to the increase in COVID cases in China, Japan, South Korea, France, and the United States.