The Prime Minister tells the Council of Ministers that a single blunder is enough to weaken the government. Covid-19’s comeback

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the importance of maintaining vigilance in the fight against Covid-19 in his conversations with the newly revamped Council of Ministers on Thursday.

According to sources, Prime Minister Modi stated that a single mistake would have far-reaching consequences and would weaken the fight to defeat COVID-19.

According to sources, the Prime Minister has seen pictures and videos of crowded places and people walking around without masks or social distancing in recent days.

According to sources, the Prime Minister has seen pictures and videos of crowded places and people walking around without masks or social distancing in recent days.

This is not a pleasant sight, and it should make us fearful, he said.

He emphasised that India’s fight against the global pandemic is in full swing, fueled by our COVID warriors and frontline workers.

The prime minister stated that the country was consistently vaccinating a significant portion of the nation’s population and that testing was also consistently high, and that in such a time, there should be no room for carelessness or complacency.

People may want to venture out now that Covid case numbers are lower than they were in recent months, the PM said, adding that everyone should remember that the threat of COVID-19 is far from over.
Infections are on the rise in many other countries. The virus is mutating as well. As ministers, our goal should not be to instil fear, but to encourage people to continue taking all possible precautions so that we can move beyond this pandemic in the future, according to sources.
During the meeting with the Council of Ministers, the prime minister also expressed concern about the high number of cases from Maharashtra and Kerala.

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