Prime Minister Narendra Modi will maintain a digital assembly with Chief Ministers of 10 states at present to overview the coronavirus scenario. That is the seventh such interplay with Chief Ministers on the coronavirus disaster.
The assembly comes after “Unlock3” or the third part of lifting of coronavirus-related restrictions throughout the nation started final month.
The Chief Ministers of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and West Bengal are anticipated to attend the assembly which begins at 11 AM.
On Monday, the Prime Minister had held a digital assembly with Chief Ministers of six states – Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala – to overview the flood scenario there.
Whereas Maharashtra has the very best variety of COVID-19 instances, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh come second and third respectively.
5 states – Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh – reported the very best variety of instances and deaths within the final 24 hours.
PM Modi’s final assembly with Chief Ministers to debate the coronavirus disaster was in June.
India has recorded over 22.68 lakh coronavirus instances to this point, with 53,601 new instances within the final 24 hours. The restoration fee stood at 69.79 per cent this morning.