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PM Modi calls high-level review meeting, discusses corona infection prevention



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Corona virus is once again increasing in the world. There has been an atmosphere of panic in India after the new variant of Corona Omicron BF7 has been revealed once again. The central government is cautious about this. In view of the threat of the epidemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called a high-level review meeting on Thursday. The meeting lasted about an hour. Home Minister Amit Shah, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, ICMR officials, civil aviation officials, NITI Aayog’s VK Paul and other officials were present in the meeting with PM Modi. The meeting reviewed the current preparations and discussed future plans.

After the meeting, the central government has given special guidelines to passengers coming from abroad to prevent infection with the new variant of Corona. Under which random sampling of passengers coming from abroad has been started at airports across the country. The central government has advised people about infection with the new variant of Omicron, saying that there is no need to panic. The central government has advised people to maintain social distance in crowded areas as well as wear masks. Along with this, instructions have also been given to send samples of Corona positive to inSACOG Genome Sequencing Lab.

Let us tell you that in view of the rapidly increasing cases of corona infection in many countries including China, The Narendra Modi government is alert. After the emergence of new variants of corona virus in the country, the government has started making efforts to prevent its danger in time. Necessary tests are being done in this regard. At the same time, the governments of the states are also looking very cautious. Gujarat and Odisha had reported four cases of BF7 and BF12 variants of Omicron in October-November.

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