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PM told the government’s reaction on COVID to the leaders of both the houses

Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with leaders of all parties in both the Houses of Parliament and briefed them on the trajectory of COVID-19 and the public health response to the pandemic. In the meeting, he stressed that the pandemic should not be a matter of politics but a matter of concern for the entire humanity as such a situation has not been seen in the last 100 years.

He thanked all the leaders for attending the meeting and giving very practical inputs and suggestions, inputs from different parts of the country go a long way in policy design.

The Prime Minister cited the efforts being made to ensure one oxygen plant in each district and highlighted the growing pace of India’s immunization programme, with the first 10 crore doses taking about 85 days, while the last 10 crore doses in 24 days. were administered.

Emphasizing on the need for proper planning of vaccination campaign at the district level based on the advance availability indicated by the Central Government to ensure that people do not face any inconvenience, he said that it is a matter of concern that a large number of healthcare workers And six months after the start of the frontline activist campaign, the vaccine is yet to be found. The states need to be more proactive towards this, he said.

He also underlined the need to be vigilant in view of the situation in different countries. Mutations make this disease very unpredictable, and so we all need to stick together and fight this disease, he said. Former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda appreciated the Prime Minister for his constant monitoring and tireless work during the pandemic.

It is learned that leaders of various parties thanked the Prime Minister for his efforts through the pandemic. The leaders also spoke about their own experiences with the disease.

The opposition leaders also highlighted the status and status of the vaccination campaign in their respective states, and the need to ensure consistent handling of COVID-19.