Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday interacted with the doctors contributing to the ongoing fight against Kovid-19 and listened to their experiences and sought suggestions from them about the lessons learned from the epidemic. In the meeting, PM Modi said that the strategy of vaccination of Kovid-19 with the doctors’ frontline workers has benefited a lot in the second wave of epidemic. The Prime Minister discussed the group of doctors working in the Covid Care Centers through video conference. Doctors from North India and other areas including Jammu and Kashmir were present. PM Modi thanked the medical class for fighting against the unprecedented circumstances of the second wave of corona virus epidemic.
‘Home isolation should be treated with SOP’
Talking to a group of doctors, Prime Minister Modi said that treatment of Kovid-19 patients in homes should be SOP based. It is necessary to extend the telemedicine service to all the tehsils and districts of the country. On the current status of Kovid-19, Prime Minister Modi said, “Whether it is to investigate or supply medicines or new structures are to be built, all the work should be done fast”. Have taken the first dose and the safety of most doctors has been ensured with the Kovid vaccine. In the meeting, PM Modi also discussed Mucoramycosis (Black Fungus). He said that doctors may need to put in extra effort to spread awareness about mucoramycosis.
Less than three lakh corona cases in the country after several days
On Monday, 2,81,386 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India. After this, the number of infected in the country increased to 2,49,65,463. These are the fewest new cases reported in a day in the last 27 days. Today 4,106 people died from the infection. With this, the death toll rose to 2,74,390. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry at eight o’clock on Monday morning, 35,16,997 people are currently undergoing treatment for corona virus infection in the country, which is 14.09 percent of the total cases. According to the data, a total of 2,11,74,076 people have recovered from the infection in the country and the national rate of recovery of patients is 84.81 percent. At the same time, the death rate from Kovid-19 is 1.10 percent.