Center in alert mode on increasing cases of Corona, PM Narendra Modi to hold talks with Chief Ministers on April 8

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-05 21:22:30 IST

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In the last 24 hours, there have been 103764 new cases of corona infection in the country, 477 people have died and 52825 people have been cured. PM Narendra Modi will hold talks with the Chief Ministers on April 8 due to rising Corona cases.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks with the Chief Ministers on Thursday amid the growing cases of Corona. It will discuss the situation of corona in the states, measures taken to deal with it and vaccination campaign. At the same time, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan will hold a meeting with the health ministers of the 11 states and union territories on Tuesday, where more cases of infections have been coming up in the last few days. Prime Minister Modi's last discussion with the Chief Ministers was held on 17 March on the issue of the epidemic. In this, the Prime Minister had expressed serious concern over the increasing infection in some states and asked to take quick and decisive steps to stop the second wave.

The Prime Minister reviewed the situation on Sunday in a high-level meeting with senior officials. He had also suggested a five-point formula, which mandated investigation, identification of people exposed to the infected, treatment, strict adherence to corona regulations and vaccination. At the same time, Harshavardhan will hold a meeting with the health ministers of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan in view of the worsening situation of Corona. In some of these states, cases of infection are increasing very rapidly.

It is to be known that for the first time in the country, more than one lakh new cases have been reported in a day and the total number of infected people has crossed 125 million. However, the number of deaths has decreased as compared to the last two days. However, active cases are increasing rapidly and currently their figure has crossed seven lakhs. In the last 24 hours, 1,03,764 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the country, 477 people have died and 52,825 people have been cured. 

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