This is not the first time Modi has called a meeting of chief ministers.
Lockdown Latest News Update: PM Modi has again called a meeting of all chief ministers amid growing cases of corona virus across the country. According to sources, the meeting of Prime Minister Modi may be held in April. Read more – #PrikshaPiCharcha2021: PM Modi to discuss ‘exams’ on this day, meet students-teachers
According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a virtual meeting of the chief ministers on April 8 in the wake of the growing corona case in the country. The meeting will be held from 11 am. During this time, effective management and vaccination of corona will be discussed with the Chief Ministers. Read more – Kovid-19: Restrictions like lockdown in Rajasthan, all closed from school to cinema hall; See full guide here
Let me inform you that this is not the first time that Prime Minister Modi has called a meeting of Chief Ministers. Earlier, they also held a meeting on March 17. In the past, Prime Minister Modi has discussed the strategy of global epidemic prevention through video conferencing with the Chief Ministers several times during his tenure. Read more – Corona records 57,074 new cases in Maharashtra, 222 killed; Weekend lockdown from night curfew has been banned.
According to the report, the meeting held on April 8 will take information and advice from all the states about the situation there.
Notably, many states have already imposed restrictions such as lockdowns. Maharashtra, which has suffered the most from corona, has imposed various restrictions from Monday to night curfew to weekend lockdown. With this in mind, based on the advice given by the states at the meeting, a strategy will be formulated to prevent Corona from growing again.
Let us know that the incidence of corona in the country has been steadily increasing for the last one week. In the last 24 hours, 11,033 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in the country, of which 61.90% are in Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab, where the incidence of infection has increased sharply. This is being done.
The Union Health Ministry on Monday said that in a single day, Maharashtra had the highest number of 5,074 new cases, or 55.11 per cent. This was followed by Chhattisgarh with 5,250 new cases and Karnataka with 4,553 new cases.