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Coronavirus Outbreak

India Fights Corona: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Follows Social Distancing Norms During Cabinet Meet

Home Minister Amit Shah took to Twitter to urge everyone to follow social distancing like the Ministers during the Cabinet Meet

"Social distancing is need of the hour. We are ensuring it," said Union Home Minister Amit Shah

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (March 25) chaired a cabinet meeting at his residence, where he, along with other council of ministers could be seen following the social distancing norms, a preventive measure for the COVID-19. In the meeting, the leaders could be seen sitting at a safe distance of at least two meters. This came a day after a complete lockdown for 21 days was imposed across the country as a precautionary measure to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Home Minister Amit Shah took to Twitter to urge everyone to follow social distancing like the Ministers. He tweeted a picture from the meeting along with the text,

Social distancing is need of the hour. We are ensuring it… Are you?

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The Prime Minister had last evening (March 24) announced a ‘total lockdown’ across the country, asking people to “forget about stepping out of their homes” for the next three weeks. He asserted that this period was necessary to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19 and social distancing is the biggest way to control the spread of the virus.

Many think social distancing is only for patients. That is wrong. Social distancing is for everyone, even the Prime Minister, said PM Modi during his second address to the nation on coronavirus.

The government has ensured the supply of essentials like milk, vegetables, medicines amid the lockdown.

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Coronavirus Outbreak in India

Novel coronavirus or COVID-19 is a highly infectious virus and was declared as a ‘global pandemic’ by the World Health Organisation. More than 18,000 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 around the world. In India, as of March 25 (4:50 pm), the Ministry of Health and Family welfare has reported 562 cases along with 9 deaths.

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