States should focus on corona testing and tracing: PM Narendra Modi – focus on testing and tracing states

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PM insists on bringing the positivity rate below 5% in all circumstances

New Delhi:

PM Narendra Modi Meeting on Corona with CM’s: In a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the States to discuss the situation of Corona in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized on the creation and testing of Micro Containment Zones. They believe that only by doing so can the second cry of the corona virus be countered. The PM said that proactive testing is very important because it will be easy to identify asymptomatic patients. Now more cases are coming asymptomatic, due to which people feel that they have mild light disease and then they infect the whole family.

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The PM said, “We can vaccinate more people by celebrating the ‘Teeka Utsav’ between April 11 and 14”.

During the conversation with the CMs of the states, PM Modi stressed that testing and tracing is the most important. We have to bring the positivity rate below 5%. Our target is to test 70% RT PCR. We have to sample any test in the right way only then the right results will come. He said that due to the Kovid-19 Fatigue, lethargy should not be allowed to come anywhere on the ground. Mortality rate should be at least, we have to take special care of this.

PM said, ‘People have become much more casual than before’

PM Modi said that the information about the RT PCR test not being done properly has also come to light in many places. PM Modi expressed concern that the corona cases are increasing very fast in some states of the country. He said that people have come into a state of provocation regarding Kovid-19. But because of this, lethargy should not be allowed to come anywhere on the ground. He said that the world has also accepted the night curfew. The curfew reminds people that I am living in the Corona call. It would be good that we publicize the night curfew under the name of ‘Corona curfew’.

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