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PM holds meeting with CMs of top ten states with Covid-19 cases

 By Vijayalakshmi

 

New Delhi, August 11: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday held a meeting via video conference with the Chief Ministers of the ten states with the highest number of corona cases. He reviewed the measures being taken to deal with Corona in these states. Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab, Bihar, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana attended the meeting. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi said that the percentage of active cases in the country has come down and the recovery rate has increased. This means that the Centre's efforts are working. The most important thing is that the trust and confidence of the people of the country has increased thereby decreasing the fear of Corona.
 

 He said that the percentage of deaths due to corona has come down and it is a matter of satisfaction that it is continuously decreasing. If these ten states defeat Corona, then the country would win this war. The PM said that the number of corona investigations in the country has risen to 7 lakh every day and is increasing continuously.

 


Efforts such as better management in hospitals and increasing the number of ICU beds have helped a lot in controlling the corona. In states where the testing rate is low and the positivity rate is high, testing needs to increase, especially Bihar, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Telangana. Here in this review, a special emphasis on increasing testing has emerged. PM Modi said that according to experts, if we identify the case within 72 hours of its onset, then this infection slows down to a great extent. He said that apart from the testing network, we also have the Arogya Setu app.

 

 This works can be easily done with the help of Arogya Setu. By continuously monitoring the ground reality in these states, the results which have been found, is leading us to the path of success. He said that with the strength and experience of the states, the country will win this battle completely and a new beginning will be made.

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