No laxity until medicine is done: PM Modi - Newztezz Online


Thursday, October 8, 2020

No laxity until medicine is done: PM Modi

New Delhi:
 PM Narendra Modi has launched a mass movement against the corona virus in view of the upcoming festival season and cold weather in the country. The campaign has been launched keeping in mind the upcoming festivals and winter season as well as other things including the market opened to get the economy back on track.

The PM tweeted about the war against Corona, no laxity until medicine was done. PM Modi tweeted that let's come together to fight Corona! Always remember, wear a mask. Keep the hands clean. Follow social distancing. Keep two yards.

In another tweet, PM Modi said, India's fight against Kovid-19 is being fought through the people and our Kovid warriors get a lot of strength from this fight. Our collective efforts have saved many lives. We must continue the fight and protect our citizens from the corona virus.

At the same time, Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath tweeted, furthering this movement, the way we have ensured the security of the country against the weapon of 'awareness and rescue' against Kovid-19, it will have to continue even further. 'Tracing and testing' is a means of controlling infection propagation. Compliance with the COVID protocol is a guarantee of our safety.

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar had given this information by tweeting on Wednesday itself that people need not be afraid but in Corona era. Public awareness campaign will be launched to spread this message to the people. A pledge of Kovid 19 will be taken by all. Please tell India is second in the world in terms of Corona case.

There are over 68 lakh cases of corona in India. At the same time, more than one lakh five thousand people have died. There are 9 lakh active cases of corona in the country. More than 58 lakh people have been cured so far. Talking about the last 24 hours, more than 78 thousand new cases have been reported in the country. During this period 963 people have died. In the last 24 hours, more than 83 thousand patients have also been cured.

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