NEW DELHI : Dubbing India’s fight against the covid-19 pandemic as people driven, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday strongly urged people to stay away from the assumption that the virus will not reach their state, cities, and colonies. Addressing the monthly radio programme, Mann Ki Baat, Modi said that masks will become part of the daily lives of the people in the coming days and it was time for people to realise that spitting in public places was not only against cleanliness and basic hygiene but also a health hazard. It does not mean the person wearing a mask is unwell, it is just a wise precaution," PM added. The message of Modi is interesting as it comes just a day before his meeting with chief ministers to discuss the steps required in the country against coronavirus. Modi message comes just a day before his meeting with chief ministers to discuss the steps required to stem the spread of the deadly virus. I would like to praise the role of state governments in the fight against coronavirus, Prime Minister said. It was necessary to stop attack on doctors, nurses, medical staff who are the real corona warriors, he added. Modi also mentioned how India’s helping other countries by sending consignments of life-saving drugs as gifts amid the covid-19 crisis. PM further said that the war against coronavirus had united the country as people are coming forward to help each other by providing food and medicines to the needy. I am so happy to see the immense appreciation for the working of sanitation workers, our police forces.
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