PM Modi clarified about the complete lockdown in the country and conveyed this to the Chief Ministers
Today, for the 14th time, PM Modi met the Chief Ministers of all the states of the country during the epidemic. PM Modi, while talking to the chief ministers, discussed how to reach the second wave of Corona. He advised the chief ministers to once again improve the level of governance in the states.
No need for lockdown now:
PM Modi During the meeting of the chief ministers, PM Modi said that given the current situation, there is no need for a complete lockdown in the country. Night curfew is currently appropriate. Let’s use the word corona curfew instead of night curfew.
PM Modi said that this second wave is more dangerous than the first. In this case, there needs to be more discussion about the test than the vaccine and focus on it. States should be vigilant so that not a single person stays in the micro content zone without testing. The more successful the tracking and testing, the sooner the states will get good results.
It is important to pay attention to the micro content zone
PM Modi said that night curfew has been accepted all over the world. It is important to pay attention to the micro content zone to prevent corona. The PM said, ‘This time we have all the tools to fight Corona. Now there is a vaccine. Yet many are becoming careless.
Target of 70% RT-PCR testing
The way out of the corona is more testing.
Let’s celebrate the three-day Tika Festival
from April 11 to 14 PM Modi asked the Chief Ministers whether we have 11th April Jyotiba Phule’s birth anniversary and 14th Dr .. We should celebrate these three days as Ambedkar’s birth anniversary as a festival of criticism for vaccination. Vaccinate as many people over the age of 45 as possible during these three days. In the meantime, let’s determine what zero vaccine costs.
➡️Urgent action needed –
Amit Shah At the meeting, Home Minister Amit Shah said Corona’s cases were on the rise and urgent action was needed. He said more than 90 crore people in the country have been vaccinated. The current vaccination of people over the age of 45 in the country will be completed soon.