We must immediately stop this emerging 'second peak' of corona: PM Modi

New Delhi: PM Modi's meeting with chief ministers of all states and Union Territories is continuing today in view of the increasing coronavirus cases in the country. The meeting is being held through video conferencing. In the meeting, PM Modi has praised the properly released vaccination campaign in several states. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has not attended the meeting as he is on a visit to Assam. Apart from them, Mamata Banerjee has also not joined. In the meeting, the Maharashtra government has proposed that all people above 45 years of vaccine should be vaccinated.

Vaccines are now given to those between the age of 45 to 60 years who have some kind of disease. In the meeting, PM Modi said that the number of cases is increasing in some states. The increase in 70 districts of the country is more than 150 percent. We must immediately stop this emerging "second peak" of the corona. For this, we have to take immediate and decisive steps. At the same time, he said, "in the coming days, people above 45 years are planned to have vaccine without any medical certificate. Now, the same people are given vaccines to people above 45 years who are suffering from a serious illness. The health ministry in its presentation has said that there is a plan to remove the condition.''

At the same time, PM Modi said, "We have to defeat the corona epidemic in every situation and the seriousness of the mansk is still very important. The country's fight against corona has been happening for more than a year. The way the people of India are facing the corona, people give examples. Today, more than 96 per cent cases have been recovered in the country. India is also among the lowest rate countries in mortality rate. Stay with us for further updates."

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