PM Modi Likely to Hold Virtual Meetings With States Over Covid-19 Circumstance, Vaccine Circulation Strategy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends to the 8th convocation of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar through video conferencing, in New Delhi, on November 21,2020 (PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anticipated to hold 2 back to back meetings, one with 8 states with high caseloads and another with states and UTs to talk about vaccine distribution strategy.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to hold virtual meetings with chief ministers and other agents of states and union territories on Tuesday to evaluate the COVID-19 scenario and discuss vaccine circulation method. Modi is expected to hold 2 back to back meetings, one with 8 states with high caseloads and another with states and UTs to discuss vaccine circulation method, sources stated.
The prime minister, till now, has held a number of virtual conferences with states over the coronavirus situation. While the nationwide daily COVID-19 case count has remained listed below 50,000 for some time, numerous city centres have seen a surge, leading to enforcement of numerous procedures, consisting of curfews in some cities.
The central federal government has also been putting in place measures for fast and reliable circulation of coronavirus vaccine when it appears. Five vaccine candidates remain in innovative stages of advancement in India, out of which 4 are in Phase II/III and one is in Phase-I/II trials.
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