Prime Minister Narendra Modi will work together with the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Odisha, Kerala and Maharashtra on Friday to debate the COVID-19 scenario within the states.
According to sources, PM Modi will work together with the chief ministers at 11 am at present by way of video conferencing.
This comes three days after the Prime Minister on Tuesday took inventory of the COVID scenario with chief ministers of the northeastern states.
Acknowledging the truth that India remains to be within the midst of the second wave, an in depth evaluation of the COVID-19 scenario of the north-eastern states was carried out within the assembly.
The Prime Minister had suggested robust steps on the micro-level and quoted Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for not resorting to lockdown however making containment zones on the micro-level. He was requested to manage warning.
PM Modi had additionally requested to establish finest practices and use them on a broad scale. The Prime Minister acknowledged that many companies have borne losses, particularly within the tourism trade.
India reported 38,949 new circumstances, 40,026 recoveries, and 542 deaths within the final 24 hours, as per the Union Health Ministry on Friday. India’s lively caseload is at 4,30,422.