Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that India’s COVID-19 fight “is people-driven” and asked the citizens to #Unite2FightCorona.
In his clarion call, the Prime Minister tweeted that India’s fight against COVID-19 derived its strength from COVID warriors, and that the country “has to continue the momentum and protect the citizens” from the virus.
“Our collective efforts have helped save many lives.
“We have to continue the momentum and protect our citizens from the virus. #Unite2FightCorona,” the Prime Minister tweeted.
Modi asked citizens to remember to wear a mask, wash hands, and practice ‘Do Gaj Ki Doori’ to win against COVID-19.
“Let us #Unite2FightCorona! Let us always remember: Wear a mask. Wash hands. Follow social distancing. Practice ‘Do Gaj Ki Doori.’
Earlier on Thursday, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare tweeted that India’s COVID recoveries have witnessed a steep exponential rise from 50,000 in May to over 57 lakh in October.
“IndiaFightsCorona India’s #COVID Recoveries have witnessed a steep exponential rise – from 50,000 in May to over 57 lakh in October.
“A high level of more than 75,000 recoveries reported every day.
“Recoveries are 6.3 times the Active Cases (currently only 13.4% of total cases),” the Ministry tweeted.
Edited By: Emmanuel Yashim)