Indian Prime Minister Naremon Modi said in a radio program at noon local time on the 25th, India is currently facing a second wave of outbreaks “like a storm to shake the whole country”, “many of our loved ones left us, our patience and suffering capacity is facing a severe test.” ”
Mr Modi said the sudden arrival of the second wave of outbreaks had shocked the country. Modi stressed that experts must be given priority in order to win the fight against the pandemic.
Mr Modi said the government had been listening to experts from all walks of life, including pharmaceuticals, vaccine and oxygen manufacturers and the medical profession, for some time and that the central government was working with local governments to provide them with all kinds of support and assistance. Local governments are also doing their part to respond to the current outbreak crisis.
On the show, Modi stressed that overcoming the outbreak is a top priority for all the Indian government’s current efforts. He urged the public to get the new vaccine as soon as possible and urged them not to listen to any rumors about the vaccine.
In the program, Modi also gave a telephone interview to four health care workers fighting on the front lines of the pandemic and two Coronavirus patients who were discharged from the hospital. They shared their experiences and perspectives on the fight against the pandemic in order to increase public confidence in the fight against the pandemic.