Corona increased tension, PM Modi will hold meeting with Chief Ministers on April 27

In this meeting to be held through video conference, PM Modi will review the measures and preparations to prevent the spread of corona. Along with PM Modi, senior officials of the Prime Minister's Office, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and officials related to his ministry are also expected to attend this meeting.

New Delhi: The continuous increase in the cases of corona has made the government worried. In view of the increasing cases of corona once again in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called a review meeting with the Chief Ministers. PM Modi will hold a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states of the country on April 27.


In this meeting to be held through video conference, he will review the measures and preparations to prevent the spread of corona. Along with PM Modi, senior officials of the Prime Minister's Office, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and officials related to his ministry are also expected to attend this meeting.


Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai today said, "We have decided to make wearing of face masks mandatory and maintain social distancing. We will take further steps based on the advice of the central government after meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 27.


Meanwhile, the number of home-quarantined Kovid patients in the national capital has increased by more than six times and as per official figures, from 447 on April 11 to 2,812 on April 24. During this period, the number of infected admitted in hospitals has also increased from 17 to 80. However, the Delhi government has assured people that the hospitalization rate remains low despite the rise in cases.


In the last few days, cases of infection have increased in Delhi and the number of patients under treatment has increased to 3,975 from 601 on April 11. However, according to statistics, the rate of hospitalization so far has been low and less than three percent of the total patients under treatment.