PM Modi Meeting: Discusses situation with Chief Ministers, Mamta and Baghel absent from meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with the Chief Ministers is going on to prevent the Corona virus infection again.

The meeting, to be held through video conferencing, will contain reports of high-level committees that have recently visited the Corona-affected states. 

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel did not attend this meeting. Mamta Banerjee has given the reason behind this to her pre-determined electoral meetings.

Actually, corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in the country. The outbreak of the corona virus in Maharashtra is once again deepening rapidly, in such a situation that this meeting of PM Modi with the Chief Ministers is going to be very important. 

Apart from the outbreak of Corona, PM Modi is in talks with the Chief Ministers for the first time since the commencement of vaccination in the country.

This year, the maximum number of 28,903 new cases reported in a single year in the country is that after the arrival of 28,903 new cases of Covid-19 in the country, the total number of people infected with Corona virus in the country has increased to 1,14,38,734. 

This is the highest number of cases reported in a single day this year. According to the data, on December 13, 30,254 new cases of the virus were reported in 24 hours. 

According to the data released on Wednesday, the death toll rose to 1,59,044 in the country after 188 more deaths due to the virus.

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77 percent patients in three states Out of the total active patients, 77 percent of the active patients are in three states. 

Maharashtra alone has 59 per cent and Kerala has 12.24 per cent active patients. At the same time, their number is also increasing in Punjab. Punjab currently has 5.34 percent active patients.

The ministry said that Maharashtra, Punjab, Kerala, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu and Himachal Pradesh had the highest number of deaths on Monday. 

Maharashtra alone has claimed the maximum 48 lives. However, it is a matter of relief that not a single death has been reported in Rajasthan, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Jharkhand, Ladakh, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram, Andaman Nicobar and Arunachal Pradesh.

Second wave of corona epidemic in Maharashtra:

The second wave of global corona epidemic has started in Maharashtra. But despite the worrisome situation in Corona, the rules of Covid-19 should not be followed in Maharashtra. 

The Union Health Ministry has sent a letter of displeasure to the Chief Secretary of the state and expressed his displeasure. 

In a letter sent by the Union Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan to Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte, a second wave of corona has started in the state. But the necessary measures to control corona infection are not being implemented.

Lockdown, night curfew neutralized:

The Union Health Ministry has also pulled up the Maharashtra government for the weekly lockdown, night curfew etc. being implemented for corona control. 

It has been written in the letter that since the month of February, the number of patients of Corona had started increasing in the state. 

But whatever steps were taken to control it. He was not effective. The letter suggested that special attention should be paid to corona-infected patients' homes or societies, containment zones and contact tracing. 

Also, rapid antigen testing should be started in congested areas such as bus depots, railway stations, slums and death audits resumed.

Strict restrictions imposed in the state :

The number of corona patients in Maharashtra has crossed 23 lakhs, while at the national level, more than 50 percent of corona patients are in Maharashtra.

In view of this, the state government has issued a new guideline till March 31, which once again imposed a strict 50 percent attendance ban. 

In this way, work from home in the state, according to the new instructions, hotels, restaurants, cinemas and multiplexes will have to work only at 50 per cent capacity. 

Covid protocol will also be applicable for shopping malls. Also, all social, religious, political and cultural ceremonies have also been banned.

71 percent cases of infection came from these five states:

Of the 28,903 new cases of Kovid-19 reported in the country in one day, 71.10 percent are from Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. 

According to data from the Union Ministry of Health, 83.91 percent of the new cases are from Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. 

The ministry said that out of the new cases, only 61.8 per cent of the cases were reported from Maharashtra, where 17,864 new cases were reported in 24 hours. At the same time, 1,970 new cases were reported in Kerala and 1,463 in Punjab.

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