Matter of concern to see crowds without masks in hill stations, PM Narendra Modi tells CMs of North-East states | India News

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (July 13, 2021) reviewed the COVID-19 scenario of eight northeastern states and expressed concern over crowds with out face masks. 

Through the digital assembly, PM Narendra Modi informed the Chief Ministers that the COVID-19 situation is worrisome in some districts and that they should keep alert and act quick to examine the additional unfold of the virus.

“It’s true that tourism, enterprise and enterprise have been enormously affected attributable to COVID-19, however at the moment I’ll say that it isn’t okay to have big crowds at markets in hill stations with out carrying masks,” PM Modi stated.

Rejecting the argument that folks wish to get pleasure from earlier than the arrival of the third wave, PM Modi stated that this must be understood that the ‘third wave won’t come by itself’.

The Prime Minister additionally informed the CMs of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim that stricter steps are wanted on the micro-level to include the virus.

He additionally referred to as for better emphasis on micro-containment zones and stated that everyone needs to work together to stop the third wave of COVID-19.

We have to hold eye on every COVID-19 variant. Prevention and remedy are crucial in such a dynamic scenario,” PM Modi informed the chief ministers. 

PM Modi additionally stated that there’s a have to proceed accelerating the vaccination drive to fight the third wave of coronavirus.

That is to be famous that whereas most parts of the country have seen a steady decline in the COVID-19 numbers, the northeast area is seeing the variety of infections both rising or not falling consistent with the nationwide development.

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