Ebene Magazine – PM Modi-CM Meeting: PM Modi said- Every detail should be examined in the Containment Zone, our target is 70% RT-PCR test hi


PM Modi said that the Chief Ministers of the states during the virtual meeting said that they should not be negligent even after the vaccine is installed. He said that the people around them should be encouraged towards the vaccine. With this, the PM said that effective people of the society came out in this campaign.
PM Modi said that ‘medicine’ and ‘kadai’ are also needed. He said that one cannot give the entire vaccine to the same state. He said that awareness about corona is necessary. Awareness campaign should be conducted among the people.

PM Modi said that from April 11 to April 14, celebrate the Teeka festival. He said that there is no need for a complete lockdown. PM Modi said that a large part of Kovid-19 is also to stop vaccine management waste. He said that there should be an attempt to apply 100 percent vaccine. PM Modi said that ambulances, ventilators and oxygen will also have to be reviewed.

Prime Minister Modi said that the state should not come under pressure when Corona patients grow. He said that Corona’s tests should be done correctly. Every person should be investigated in the Containment Zone. He said that where the number is more, more tests are being done there.

PM Modi said that the way out of Corona is testing. He said that our target is 70 percent RT-PCT testing. The RT-PCR test needs to be extended. He said that focus has to be on micro containment zone. He said that 30 contact tracing is needed in 72 hours.

PM Modi said that this time there are complete arrangements to deal with Corona. He said that from the mask to the vaccine is available. However, he said that the situation is more challenging. But today we have the resources and experience.

After meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states, PM Modi said – once again the situation is becoming challenging. He said that the CM has given necessary suggestions. He said that once the situation is more challenging.

In PM Modi’s meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states, Amarinder Singh said that all adults with serious illness should be allowed to give vaccines to the state governments.

Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar also attended the CM’s meeting with the Prime Minister on the situation of Kovid-19 in the country.

Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa takes part in the meeting of Chief Ministers with Prime Minister Narendra Modi via video conferencing, on the current COVID19 situation pic.twitter.com/z3N2arkcGx

Due to the rising corona, night curfew has been announced in many states. The Kejriwal government has announced a night curfew till April 30 in Delhi, while a night curfew was announced in Noida adjacent to Delhi by April 17. Along with this, strictness regarding corona has been increased in many states including Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab.

Several states including Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh have spoken of not having enough corona doses in the state. While Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has dismissed these allegations of lack of vaccine.

This meeting of PM Modi is going to take place at a time when the second wave of corona infection is going on in the country. A record 1 lakh 26 thousand 789 cases have been registered in India on Thursday. This is the highest ever case in the country in one day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to have a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states today at half past six in the evening on the situation of Kovid-19 and the strategy of vaccination in the country. However, according to reports, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will not attend this meeting. In his place, West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay may join.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to have a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states at half past six in the evening between the uncontrolled pace of Corona in the country and the night curfew imposed to prevent the spread of this infection in many states. It is believed that during this meeting, PM Modi will discuss with the CM of all the states about the Kovid-19 crisis and vaccination in the country. Two days ago, PM Modi held a corona review meeting, in which PM Modi instructed the officials to take strict steps to stop the corona.

PM Modi is going to have a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the state at a time when more than 1.25 lakh records of Corona are reported in one day. In a meeting held with the Cabinet Secretary, Rajiv Gauba, last Friday, 11 states / UTs due to their increasing daily affairs and daily deaths are Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu. , Delhi and Haryana were classified as states of serious concern.

At the same time, routine walk-in OPD is being closed for four weeks from today in AIIMS, capital Delhi. However, patients with online or older appointments will be able to show in OPD. This decision has been taken due to increasing corona cases and increasing patients in OPD. Now every day a maximum of 50 patients will be able to show. Last year too, the AIIMS administration had taken this decision after the Corona case increased and the OPD service was closed for several days.

Significantly, in India, the situation is becoming serious every day from Corona. Especially in some states where new cases of corona are coming out every day. 81% of the cases reported in the last 24 hours and 84% of deaths from corona in 24 hours are in eight states. According to the Union Health Ministry, there are 12 states in India, where cases of corona are increasing and people are being killed due to infection. These states are Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Kerala.

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