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Lockdown 2021: PM Modi discussed with many Chief Ministers Lockdown or Not?

Lockdown 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with the Chief Ministers of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Jharkhand, as well as the Lt. Governors of Jammu and Kashmir and Puducherry, on Thursday to discuss whether COVID-19 should be lockedown or not.

Against the stageĀ of the country’s growing coronavirus situation, questions about the imposition of quarantine occur in the minds of compatriots. Many states have enacted restrictions such as complete / partial / weekend / night blocking, but it is unclear what will happen in the future. Though the government’s chief scientific advisor has warned of a third wave Corona, it remains to be seen what decision Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make in the coming days.

Lockdown 2021, In the midst of all of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a video conference with the Chief Ministers of several states on Thursday. According to official sources, Prime Minister Modi met on Thursday with the Chief Ministers of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Jharkhand to discuss the status of Covid-19 in their states. With the Lieutenant Governors of Puducherry and Jammu and Kashmir, the Prime Minister addressed the situation in Corona, in the two Union Territories.

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In reality, Andhra Pradesh is one of the top ten states in the world, accounting for more than 70% of all cases. According to the Health Ministry, Telangana has 77,127 active cases, while Andhra Pradesh has 1,70,588. In Odisha, there are 71,134 active cases, while in Jharkhand, there are 59,532 active cases.

Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister conducted a thorough assessment of the country’s COVID-19 situation. He was informed in great detail about the COVID outbreak in various states and districts. He was notified about the 12 states with more than 1 lakh active cases, as well as the epidemic’s most heavily affected districts.

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