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PM Modi speaks to COVID-19 frontline warriors on ‘Mann Ki Baat’

PM Modi speaks to COVID-19 frontline warriors on ‘Mann Ki Baat’”

The PM Cares Fund had earlier this year allocated Rs 201.58 crores for installation of additional 162 dedicated PSA medical oxygen generation plants inside public health facilities in the country, the PMO noted. "The people of the villages will show the way to the country and the world", the prime minister said.

"In the prevailing situation, it is commendable that many doctors are using technology to offer online consultations to patients", the Prime Minister said in his monthly address. "While the medical fraternity is trying hard to make people understand Covid norms, like social distancing, PM Modi did not hesitate to address big political rallies in the poll-bound state, tossing all Covid norms in the air", said Dr Dahiya in a statement issued on Saturday.

My dear countrymen, Namaskar. "After successfully confronting the first wave of corona, the country was full of enthusiasm, full of self-confidence, but this storm has shaken the country", he said. But this storm has shaken the country. "At this time, to win this battle, priority must be given to experts and scientific advice".

"The government of India is applying its entire might to give a fillip to endeavours of state governments".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday appealed to countrymen to seek all Covid related information only through correct sources and not to fall prey to misinformation. "You can consult your family doctor or doctors in the neighbourhood on the phone", he said.

The Prime Minister also spoke to an ambulance driver - Prem Verma, lauding the efforts of other frontline workers such as lab technicians.

Pm Modi distributed e-property cards of his property among more than 4 lakh people under the Ownership (SWAMITWA) scheme through video conferencing.

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Friends, in this hour of crisis, everyone is understanding the importance of vaccines.

The United States said it was deeply concerned by the massive surge in coronavirus cases in India and was racing to send aid to India.

"Modi Ji helped the country during the Covid19 1st stage by implementing great way-outs and now this time again he will use his new ways to contain the deadly pandemic", he said. But, the nursing staff of our hospitals, are doing the same thing, continuously, for so many patients simultaneously.

This time, a new-found awareness is being seen in the villages.

The country is once again united and fighting against Corona!

Two doctors and two nurses invited to speak on Modi's programme urged people to take Covid-19 vaccines and not heed rumours. "Dawai Bhi, Kadai Bhi" - never forget this mantra.



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