PM Narendra Modi’s Appeal and Request on Pandemic Coronavirus

India has till now reported 151 cases with the third death case, witnessed on Tuesday.

Amid the fear and confusion, Pm Modi has urged people to share technology-driven solutions to become part of the #IndiafightsCorona initiative.

PM Modi is active on social media, not only advising people, how to tackle the prevailing Pandemic but also to praise them for innovative ideas.

In the recent virtual meet of SAARC nations, PM has praised Indian citizens for their consistent efforts in combating COVID-19. He proposed a voluntary fund contribution and offered to donate 1 billion USD from the side of India. 2 days after the meet Bangladesh’s PM Hasina has shared some of the insights of the conference. All the leaders have responded positively, which can lead to good results, benefiting so many people, said PM Modi.

PMO released an advisory to avoid all non-essential travel and minimizing all the social outings. He has also praised health care workers who are putting their great efforts. In one of his tweets, he said, “well said,” responding to a public message from a resident doctor of Safdarjung hospital in Delhi.PM Narendra Modi's Appeal and Request on Pandemic Coronavirus

Further PM, has urged all the citizens to share technology-driven solutions for combating COVID-19 and has requested all to share it on @mygovindia. The best solution will be rewarded with 1 lakh as per the advisory issued by the Ministry of Health and Family welfare.

He applauded those who are working through virtual platforms and has said that “Precaution and Productivity both are possible in these times.”

PMO has also appealed to register details about family members and friends who are coming from abroad. PM also encouraged citizens to emulate, CM of Orissa Naveen Patnaik, who recently registered details of his sister under person coming from abroad.

In addition to that, Thirty Additional Secretaries and Joint Secretaries have been deputed to assist state governments in managing the outbreak. The ICMR D-G, Balgram Bhargava, has also released a statement, saying that 51 Private labs will be allowed to conduct the test.

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