Mamata to have a virtual meeting with PM Modi on Friday to discuss COVID crisis

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she will meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually on Friday, January 7,  as the number of daily COVID-19 cases in the state has risen to 14,022.

The Chief Minister remarked today at a news conference in Howrah district, "In the state, the number of daily COVID-19 cases has risen to 14,022, with 33,042 active cases. Tomorrow, I'll have a virtual meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi."

She stated that the necessary RT-PCR test for interstate border region movement would increase limitations, citing the COVID-19 situation in West Bengal.

"There are a total of 2,075 COVID-19 patients in this facility, with 403 containment zones. There are around 19,517 beds available, with a positive rate of 23.17 percent and a fatality rate of 1.18 percent. For interstate border area movement, the RT-PCR is required "she continued. The chief minister also stated that the next 15 days are critical, and that the state government will tighten COVID-19 limitations.

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