PM Narendra Modi advises CM: In view of the growing number of patients in Corona, the Prime Minister held discussions with the Chief Ministers of six states in the country | Coronavirus-latest-news
The number of corona patients is increasing in some states of India. With this in mind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern. The Prime Minister held a meeting with the Chief Ministers of six states in this regard today.
New Delhi, July 16: Growing corona in some states of the country (Corona) The central government is concerned about the number of patients. That is why Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself today (PM Narendra Modi) Held an important meeting on the matter. The Prime Minister held meetings with the Chief Ministers of the six states where the prevalence of corona is high. In this Maharashtra (Maharashtra), Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha. In the meeting, which was held through video conferencing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray) He also gave important advice to the Chief Ministers of other states.
During the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that 80 per cent of the total corona patients and deaths in the country have occurred in this state alone. Therefore, it is important to take the right steps immediately. A fund of Rs 23,000 crore has been earmarked for the Kovid emergency response. It should be used in health services. The Prime Minister also advised that more attention should be paid to rural areas.
The govt of India has announced a Rs 23,000 crore emergency response package to combat COVID19. The States must use funds from this package to strengthen health infrastructure. Infrastructural gaps need to be filled. There is also a need to focus on rural areas: PM Modi
– ANI ()ANI) July 16, 2021
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All children should be protected. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the number of beds in state hospitals will have to be increased and the health system needs to pay attention to this.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi further said that states should make their data public in a transparent manner. This time, the Prime Minister strongly instructed all the six states to avoid a third wave in any case. Experts have made it clear that if the situation does not improve, a very serious situation can arise. The Prime Minister also gave examples of countries whose situation is becoming critical due to corona.