After the second wave of Corona virus, CMs will now have a meeting with the governors on April 14
Coronavirus in India: In a discussion with the governors, PM Modi can discuss the worsening situation across the country, as well as measures to break the chain of infection.
12th April, 2021
In view of the growing cases of Kovid-19 (Coronavirus Cases), Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) will hold talks with the governors till 14:30 pm on 14 April. Earlier, Prime Minister Modi held talks with the Chief Ministers on 8 April. In the meeting with the Chief Ministers, the Prime Minister suggested to call an all-party meeting in the States to promote Kovid appropriate behavior, in which the Governor, celebrities, and other respected people were suggested to be included. In discussions with the governors, PM Modi can talk about the worsening situation across the country, as well as measures to break the chain of infection.
PM Modi had said in a meeting with the Chief Ministers that India has crossed the peak of the first wave of Covid-19 Pandemic; The situation is very serious in some states. PM Modi said that people have become more careless than before, in some states the administration is languishing. The Prime Minister also asked the Chief Ministers to take measures to bring the rate of infection below five percent. PM Modi said that after finding a person infected with Coronavirus, it should be our goal to find out 30 people who came in contact with him in 72 hours.
Let us know that after the highest number of 1,68,912 new cases of Corona virus infection in India, the total number of infected people has increased to 1,35,27,717. This information has been given in the data of the Union Health Ministry at eight o'clock on Monday morning. The rate of recovery of infected people in the country has been less than 90 percent. According to the data, the number of under-treated patients in the country has increased to more than 12 lakhs and after the death of 904 more people, the total number of people killed so far has increased to 1,70,179. Amidst the 33rd consecutive day increase in daily cases of infection, the number of under-treated people in the country has increased to 12,01,009, which is 8.88 percent of the total cases of infection, while the rate of recovery of people has come down to 89.86 percent.
The lowest 1,35,926 under-served patients in the country were on 12 February and the maximum 10,17,754 under-served patients were on 18 September 2020, but now their numbers have surpassed this figure. According to statistics, 1,21,56,529 people have recovered from this disease so far, while the death rate is 1.26 percent.
Kovid-19 cases in India crossed the 20 lakh mark on August 7. After this, the cases of infection had crossed 30 lakh on 23 August, 40 lakh on 5 September and 50 lakh on 16 September. Global epidemic cases crossed 60 lakh on 28 September, 70 lakh on 11 October, 80 lakh on 29 October, 90 lakh on 20 November and one crore on 19 December.
According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, 25,78,06,986 samples have been tested till April 11, of which 11,80,136 samples were tested on Sunday.