PM Narendra Modi holds virtual meeting with CMs amid Covid-19 surge

PM Narendra Modi on Thursday collaborated with CMs of states over the Covid-19 circumstance in the country in the midst of a flood in Covid-19 cases because of its Omicron variation.

The collaboration has been held by means of video-conferencing.

The gathering came on a day India logged 2,47,417 new contaminations, the most elevated in 236 days, taking the all out count of Covid-19 cases to 3,63,17,927, which included 5,488 instances of the Omicron variation, as indicated by the Union Health Ministry information.

Home Minister Amit Shah and Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya likewise went to the gathering.

New controls have been forced in different pieces of the country to actually look at the spread of the exceptionally contagious infection.

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Surveying the Covid circumstance at a significant level gathering on Sunday, Modi had called for guaranteeing sufficient wellbeing framework at the locale level and speeding up the immunization drive for teenagers in mission mode.

The precautionary measure immunization drive for medical care and forefront laborers, other than those north of 60 years old with comorbidities, has additionally begun.

Immunization stays among the best means to battle Covid, Modi had said.

The state head had said that a gathering with the central clergymen be assembled to examine state-explicit situations, best practices and the general wellbeing reaction. PTI

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