PM Narendra Modi to address the nation at 6pm today

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New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 6 pm today. He has informed about this through a tweet and appealed to the people to join. The Prime Minister has addressed the country several times in the wake of the Coronavirus epidemic. He has also been advising the countrymen to be cautious about corona in their monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’. At the moment it is not clear what the Prime Minister is going to say in today’s address. Various speculations have started taking place on social media.

Will PM Modi alert the public again?
Winter is on its way. Experts are anticipating that the corona infection will pick up in the cold weather. There is already a pressure of about 8 lakh active cases on health infrastructure. In such a situation, the effect of cold and negligence in the festive season can increase the pace of infection. The Prime Minister was also given information about this at a top level meeting recently. It is being said that PM Modi, in his message, can alert the public to celebrate the festival with precaution. In almost every speech he has made since the epidemic began, the PM has appealed to the public to be vigilant about Corona.

PM Modi started the mass movement two weeks ago through a tweet. They reminded the public of the rules of wearing masks, cleaning hands and keeping 6ft distance from each other.

The number of coronavirus cases in India is close to 76 lakhs. However, it is a matter of relief that less than 47 thousand new cases have come in the last 24 hours. This is the first time in nearly three months that very few cases have been reported. Corona infection had reached its peak on September 17 in the country, according to a government Covid panel. Cases have been decreasing since then. The recovery rate of Covid patients in India is more than 88%. However, during the cold and festive season, experts have expressed a possibility of a surge in the case.

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