In a fresh development, Home Minister of India Amit Shah and Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan will hold a meeting with Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi LG Anil Baijal, and members of SDMA.
As per the media reports, Shah will review the situation in the capital regarding #COVID19. The meeting will be held tomorrow, the 14th of June at 11 am and Director AIIMS and other senior officers would also be present in the meeting.
This development came after CM Kejriwal held a personal meeting with HM Shah early this week ahead of rising cases of CoronaVirus in the capital city. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also hold meetings with all the Chief Ministers to discuss the current scenario of COVID19.
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PM Modi will take meetings of Chief Ministers of various states in two batches on 16th and 17th June. At present, India is at the fourth spot in the list of countries with most CoronaVirus positive cases.
Home Minister, Shri @AmitShah and Health Minister, @drharshvardhan to hold meeting with @LtGovDelhi, CM Delhi & members of SDMA to review situation in the capital regarding COVID-19 tomorrow, 14th June at 11 am.— गृहमंत्री कार्यालय, HMO India (@HMOIndia) June 13, 2020
Director AIIMS and other senior officers would also be present.
At present, India is at the fourth spot in the list of countries with most CoronaVirus positive cases. As per the recent reports, 308993 Confirmed Positive Cases found in all the states of India. Maharashtra, Kerala worst-hit states in India as compared to the other states. Both states are reporting the maximum number of infected people.
Currently, India is in the first stage of Unlock but it seems many states are not yet ready as CoronaVirus positive cases are continuously rising. According to current data saying that the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Maharashtra reached 101141, while in Delhi, 36824 cases have been reported so far.
Delhi's situation is critical at present but Satyendra Jain, the Health Minister of AAP led Delhi government has clearly said that no further lockdown will be announced. However, post this scheduled meeting a strong roadmap might be formed to control the situation.
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