India: Prime Minister Modi chaired a high-level consultative meeting on Covid-19 yesterday
The first corona curfew was implemented across the country last March. The virus continues to spread unabated until now. In this context, Prime Minister Modi chaired a high-level consultative meeting on COVID-19 yesterday. The meeting was attended by the Union Health Minister, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, members of the Finance Commission and various government officials. In it, the Prime Minister spoke about the level of corona infection in India, including vaccine production and distribution.
In a statement, the Prime Minister’s Office said, “Our country needs to focus more on coronavirus vaccines, drugs and technology to help the international community.” All measures must be taken for the vaccine to come into use quickly.
Three vaccines are in the final stages of testing in India. That is, two vaccines are in the second phase of testing and one vaccine is in the third phase of testing. Indian scientists have been working with scientists from various countries on this subject.
These include Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Mauritius, Nepal and Sri Lanka. In this context, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Qatar and Bhutan have sought permission to conduct medical examinations in India. These are healthy things. Our activities must be in a way that benefits the international community.
It is therefore advised not to set within a narrow circle within our borders. It seems that re-emergence of the curfew has not been discussed. So the right way is for the public to get used to living with proper health restrictions. In this context, the annual Grand Challenges Annual Meeting 2020 will be held today.
In this, Prime Minister Modi is addressing today through video conferencing. It is attended by eminent scientists and researchers from different countries. The meeting is organized to address the challenges facing the world after the Corona outbreak, including things to do.