Second wave of Covid 'toofan' has shaken the country: PM Modi on Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the 76th episode of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday, said the Centre is standing beside the state governments to help them get through the second wave of the coronavirus.

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Published on 25 April 2021 6:04 AM GMT

Second wave of Covid toofan has shaken the country: PM Modi on Mann Ki Baat
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the 76th episode of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat on Sunday, said the Centre is standing beside the state governments to help them get through the second wave of the coronavirus, which has come as a "storm".

This comes at a time when the country is fighting a second wave of the novel coronavirus, registering over 3 lakh cases every day for the last three days. The nation is also facing an acute shortage in supply of medical oxygen, with patients allegedly dying because of lack of it in many states.

Urge all to get vaccinated to help country beat Covid-19: Modi

Country's corporate sector can also participate in vaccine drive by getting their employees vaccinated. Government of India's free vaccination program will continue in future too. I request states to ensure benefits of this free vaccination program reaches as many people as possible, says PM Modi.

Positive spirit very important to fight the virus

At a time when the country has been swept by the second wave, a positive spirit is very important to get through these difficult times. Our health workers and doctors, too, are currently fighting a major battle against Covid-19. In the past one year, they have had several kinds of experiences with the pandemic: PM Modi

In the prevailing situation, it is commendable that many doctors are using technology to offer online consultations to patients.

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