‘Don’t fall prey to rumors, free vaccine given, it will continue’: Modi | Web News Observer

‘Don’t fall prey to rumors, free vaccine given, it will continue’: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the second phase of the Covid-19 expansion has shaken the country. Modi openly admitted this in Monkey Bath. Modi said he had held discussions with experts in the field of oxygen production and the pharma industry during the height of Covid-19.

‘Our health experts and doctors are fighting Covid. We successfully completed the first wave. But in the second wave, we lost loved ones. Notices about Covid-19 should only be received from a trusted source. ‘ Modi said.

Modi also asked not to fall prey to speculations about vaccination. The free Covid-19 vaccine centre has been sent to all state governments. Everyone over the age of 45 can benefit from this. The Prime Minister also assured that the vaccine would be available to all those above the age of 18 from May 1.


The Prime Minister urged the state governments to continue the Centre’s free vaccination program in the future and to make full use of the Centre’s free vaccine scheme.

Covid has been confirmed by 3.49 lakh people in the country in the last 24 hours. 2767 Covid patients also died. For the fourth day in a row, the number of Covid confirmers in India has crossed three lakh per day. The death toll has crossed 2,000 for the fourth day in a row. Since April 15, the number of Covid patients in the country has crossed two lakh per day.

So far, the total number of Covid cases in the country has reached 1,69,60,172. The total death toll rose to 192,311. There are currently 140,85110 active cases in the country. Another 2,17,113 people were cured yesterday. To date, 14,09,16,417 people in the country have received the Covid vaccine.


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