On Tuesday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi conducted a meet with chief ministers of all the states and Union Territories to understand the coronavirus situation in the country. Modi has asked the ministers to initiate the efforts on cold storage facilities for the coronavirus vaccine that is expected to arrive in the country soon.
The Prime Minister also gave assurance to the states that the vaccine will surely come for fighting against the deadly COVID-19 disease and Indians will be safe at a scientific level. Modi said that he considers safety as a priority for the citizens of India. Hence, whichever vaccine that India will get will be at par of the scientific standards. Vaccine distribution will come out as a plan by coordinating with the states in a collective manner. And hence, the states should start the work of cold storage facilities, said Modi at the meeting.
The meeting with the chief ministers of various states by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is held at a time when the number of coronavirus cases in the country has crossed 9.17 million. Although the country has a good recovery rate still the number of coronavirus cases in India is increasing every day.
Modi also added in the meeting that seeing the good recovery rates, people think that the coronavirus is weak and they can do whatever they want. But the fact is we cannot be careless and irresponsible in this pandemic situation. Instead, we need to be more alert so that the coronavirus spread is controlled all over India.
If you are thinking to go out today, just make sure to wear masks, use a sanitizer whenever you touch the gates or doors or any places outside, and maintain social distancing, as a small attempt from your end to put a stop to coronavirus in the country.
Keshav Bhardwaj, a USA news writer working as a Content Writer for Pro Magzine. A veteran in this field, awarded as a gold medalist in B.A( Politics & Science). he has worked as a content writer for WiseNews, TipNEWS & SearchNews before Pro Magzine.
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