PM Modi Asks Suggestion To Fight Coronavirus

Coronavirus: PM Modi asks for suggestions to fight COVID-19, will get reward up to one lakh rupees

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New Delhi: Coronavirus has brought a big crisis in front of the countries of the world. In India too, more than 100 cases of COVID-19 have been reported. The government has been making continuous efforts to prevent it from spreading. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked people for suggestions regarding coronavirus and announced a reward of up to one lakh rupees for this.

PM Modi tweeted, “Many people are sharing solutions for COVID-19 through technology.” I urge them to share on @mygovindia. Your effort can help many people. ”PM Modi wrote #IndiaFightsCorona with it and shared links to the website (https://innovate.mygov.in/covid19/).

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“The most important aspect to prevent coronavirus infection is to empower citizens with the right information and take precautions… We are getting information from people and companies in this regard,” the website’s page reads. Those who have developed technology invented innovative solutions that created bioinformatic datasets and apps for treatment. They have the ability to strengthen the fight against the coronavirus.”

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It added, “To prepare the community to fight the coronavirus, we want you to share measures to fight the coronavirus. The shared measures will be evaluated for adoption and the chosen measures will be rewarded.”

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Let me tell you that Prime Minister Modi has been continuously reviewing the situation since the coronavirus cases came into the country. Explain that the number of people infected with Coronavirus in the country has increased to 114. Health Ministry officials said on Monday that 13 of these people have been discharged from the hospital on recovery while two have died. The infected include 17 foreigners.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1,53,517 people from 135 countries have been infected with the coronavirus and more than 6000 people have died.

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