New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday (Could 8) over the COVID-19 associated state of affairs and praised the state’s efforts to battle the virus.
Based on an announcement from the CMO, Prime Minister Narendra Modi throughout the name enquired about Maharashtra’s efforts within the battle towards COVID and mentioned that the state was combating a superb battle towards the second wave.
The Chief Minister knowledgeable PM Modi in regards to the state authorities’s planning to face the third wave of novel coronavirus.
In a telephonic dialog with CM Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray, the Hon’ble PM @narendramodi sought particulars about Maharashtra’s battle towards COVID and recommended its efforts in countering the second wave.
— CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) Could 8, 2021
“The Prime Minister and the Union authorities have been guiding the state within the conflict towards coronavirus from the very starting and it’s being put to good use by the state authorities,” Thackeray mentioned throughout the dialog, information company ANI reported.
Earlier, Thackeray has additionally written to the Central authorities looking for permission to develop a separate app for COVID vaccination within the state. In a letter, he described varied points together with complaints of frequent glitches in CoWIN platform.
In the meantime, in response to the Union Well being Ministry, Maharashtra was among the many ten states that reported 71.81 per cent of latest COVID-19 instances within the nation on Friday.
The state reported the best each day new instances at 62,194. The state was among the many twelve states that cumulatively accounted for 81.04 per cent of India’s whole lively instances and had 6,41,281 lively instances of the virus.