PM to interact with front line workers in Varanasi today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will associate with specialists, medical attendants, paramedical staff, and other frontline workers in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi at 11 am on Friday.
He will likewise assess the Covid infection (Covid-19) circumstance around there and survey the activities of different Covid-19 hospitals, including Pandit Rajan Mishra Covid Hospital, which was as of late began through the joint endeavors of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Indian Army, as per an administrative discharge.
He will likewise evaluate the conditions at non-Covid-19 hospitals of Varanasi.
Dynamic instances of Covid-19 have been going down in Uttar Pradesh, with the state had recorded 238 new passings and 6,725 new cases, which caused significant damage to 18,590 and pushed the complete disease count to 16,51,532 on Thursday.
"At 11 am tomorrow, May 21, will be interacting with doctors and frontline workers who are working tirelessly to contain COVID-19 in Kashi," PM Modi said on his Twitter account on Thursday.
"The recovery rate of the state is improving. It is now 91.8 per cent. The active cases in the state in past 20 days have come down by 62.5 per cent," news agency PTI quoted Amit Mohan Prasad, additional chief secretary (health). On April 30, there were 3,10,783 active cases of Covid-19, and the number has now come down to 1,16,434, he added.
Source: Hindustan Times
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