PM Modi: We Will Have To Keep Wearing Masks In Times To Come

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PM Modi: We Will Have To Keep Wearing Masks In Times To Come

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said regarding coronavirus pandemic that we will have to keep wearing masks in times to come. Masks will become an attribute of a civilized society. Prime Minister Narendra Modi further added that it doesn’t mean that all those wearing masks are ill. If you want to defend yourselves & others from COVID-19, the use of masks is very much important.

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PM Narendra Modi, in his address to the nation in “Mann Ki Baat”, said that India’s fight against COVID-19 is people-driven. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak, the farmers are ensuring that no one sleeps hungry in our country. Each person is showing their support against this battle this war as per his/her own capacity. Some person is waiving off house rent, also some laborers who are in isolation at a school are whitewashing the school among others.

Prime Minister Modi mentioned that COVID-19 has made masks an imp. part of our lives.

PM Narendra Modi tweet on Saturday, that he had been gaining ‘insightful inputs’ for this monthly radio program Mann Ki Baat speech & urged people to tune in to listen to him.

The Prime Minister wrote on Twitter, I have been gaining several insightful inputs for this monthly radio program Mann Ki Baat. Do tune at 11 am tomorrow.

Prime Minister Modi said talking about the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, the central and state governments are fighting the pandemic together.

With more than a month into the nation-wide lockdown, a measure to lower the spread of COVID-19 in India, the number of cases now reach to 26,496 with 824 death all over India. Maharashtra stands first with more than 7,500 positive COVID-19 cases and 323 deaths and is followed by Gujarat (3,071 positive COVID-19 cases and 133 deaths) and Delhi (2,514 cases and 53 deaths).

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