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Corona Update in India: Seeing the crowd in the markets, PM Modi warned, Corona crisis is not over yet…


New Delhi
Corona virus infection has not reduced in the country yet. In such a situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over people not following the rules of Kovid-19 in crowded places. PM Modi on Thursday said that there should be no room for negligence. A small mistake can have far-reaching consequences. This can weaken the fight against the corona epidemic. In a conversation with the cabinet members a day after the cabinet expansion, PM Modi said that India’s fight against the epidemic is going on in full swing. Vaccination campaigns and tests are being done. Along with this, he advised people not to be careless.

A source said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the number of cases of infection being reported in recent months are now less than that but people should not come out. Everyone should remember that the threat of COVID-19 is not over yet. Many other countries are seeing an increase in cases of infection. Mutations are also taking place in the virus.

appeal to the public to be careful
PM Modi told the ministers that creating fear among the people should not be the goal but urging the public to take all kinds of precautions so that the nation can overcome the crisis of this pandemic in the coming times. He urged the ministers to reach office on time and devote their energy to the work of the ministry.

Corona Update in India: Seeing the crowd in the markets, PM Modi warned, Corona crisis is not over yet...

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93 new cases of corona virus infection in Delhi, three more patients died
On Thursday, 93 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the national capital and 93 more patients died due to the epidemic. This information was revealed in the statistics of the Health Department. The infection rate in Delhi has remained at 0.12 since Wednesday. According to the latest bulletin, so far 25,008 patients have died due to Kovid-19.

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