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Coronavirus: PM Narendra Modi’s Decision, Will Not Participate in Holi Milan Programme

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PM Narendra Modi is very serious about Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) he said in his tweet, “Experts around the world recommend that collective programs should be curtailed to prevent the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)”.

  • Coronavirus spread rapidly in India
  • Judging by the impact of the coronavirus
  • Experts have advised staying away from the crowd

After the confirmation of coronavirus (COVID19) in India, PM Narendra Modi has said that he will not attend any Holi Milan Programme this year. PM Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that he would not participate in any Holi meet this time keeping in mind the advice of experts regarding preventing the spread of coronavirus.

PM Narendra Modi said in his tweet, “Experts around the world recommend that collective programs should be curtailed to prevent the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Therefore, this year I have decided not to participate in any Holi meet.”

At the same time, BJP President JP Nadda has also said not to celebrate Holi. He said that the world is struggling with coronavirus. Countries and doctors are jointly trying to stop its spread. Keeping this in mind, this year, I will neither celebrate Holi nor organize Holi meet. Stay safe, stay healthy.

On Tuesday, PM Narendra Modi reviewed preparations to deal with the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus. PM Narendra Modi had said that in-depth review of the preparation in view of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Various ministries are working together for all the activities from the screening of people coming to India to providing medical treatment immediately and there is no need to panic.

Explain that so far six positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in the country. Three of them were from Kerala, who were sent home after treatment. Three patients met in Delhi, Jaipur and Telangana, who are undergoing treatment.

At the same time, the report of the wife of an Italian infected patient found in Jaipur has also come positive. The condition of all is stable at the moment. A meeting is being held regarding the management and preparations being made by the Delhi Government to deal with Coronavirus. Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan is meeting with senior officials of the Delhi Government.


Six People Report Negative in Noida

In Noida, six people whose samples were taken on suspicion of coronavirus were tested negative. However, all six people have been asked to remain isolated in their respective homes for the next 14 days. Officials said that if they show signs of COVID-19, then their samples will be examined again.

According to Noida Health Department officials, those who were sampled on Tuesday included a couple and their 12-year-old son, a woman and her two children. These six people came in contact with him during a party given by a person from Delhi. Coronavirus was confirmed in this person. The administration has again clarified that no order has been given regarding the closure of the school.


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